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Toxic Hoover Cloud Deanhydration

rein in those pesky dust particles with moisture
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Put away grandpa's gasmask when changing the Hoover bag! With the new generation machines, your vacuum cleaner automatically adds enough water to the collected detritus to ensure a solid, compacted brick of filth peels out of your bag, spam-style, rather than the usual Kansan dust-cloud twister! This idea was spawned from hojotogo's cat puke collection collar, in many ways a more useful invention...
General Washington, Jul 30 2002

(?) gootyam's link whatever it is http://www.rainbows...html/products4.html
[po, Jul 30 2002, last modified Oct 21 2004]

Vacuum packing vacuum cleaner http://www.halfbake..._20vacuum_20cleaner
Where would we be without self-promotion? [phoenix, Jul 31 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]


       Uh, they have a water vacuum cleaner that does the same thing.   

       (see link)
gootyam, Jul 30 2002

       use the link, dear boy [goot]   

       link provided by po - fee negotiable - I don't come cheap (except to HB)
po, Jul 30 2002

       Hm yes, does seem baked... but they don't get the Brick of Filth at the end, though...
General Washington, Jul 30 2002

       a filth brick does sound nice. maybe redesign it so the thing just barks to go out when it is full and then it can extrude the filth brick outside like a good dog.
gootyam, Jul 30 2002

       The Rainbow's by-product is a nasty semi-solid slurry of pet hair, carpet chunks, old food and other assorted yuck. I wouldn't classify the waste as a "Compacted Brick of Filth", however it is rather disgusting.   

       <plug>We've had a Rainbow vac in our house for years, and it is the best damn thing I've ever used, by far!</plug>
Mr Burns, Jul 30 2002

       Gee, I dunno... it seems like it would be much easier to have a self cleaning carpet... *grin and duck*
Aurora, Jul 30 2002

       Aurora, What a great idea! You should post it....
gootyam, Jul 30 2002

       What does the duck have to do with it?   

       I was concerned this was going to be some sort of terrorist plot involving creating a poisonous cloud from the waters behind the Hoover Dam.
waugsqueke, Jul 31 2002

       Before vacuum cleaning days, a traditional way of cleaning dusty wooden floors (which Australia was full of) was to save the tealeaves until you got a good collection, then throw the damp leaves on the floor & sweep them up. The dust stuck to the leaves. Now of course everyone drinks coffee & has carpets.. sigh.
pfperry, Aug 01 2002

       Not everyone. Not even all Australians.
A common way of reducing dust in the air while (frinstance) smoothing plastered walls or using power wood-working tools is to spray the room with water from a plant mister.
angel, Aug 01 2002

       I thinking of building my dream brick of filth house soon.
dag, Aug 01 2002

       The filth bricks could also be used in the fireplace in winter.
mawgadog, Sep 06 2005


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