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 How do vacuum cleaners use water to filter air?

Answer There's a sealed tank that's about half full of water, half full of air. At the top of the tank there is a hole going to the vacuum moter, and a tube going to the bottom of the water on one end, an... Read More »
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What is the weighted means price of a retailer selling 50 vacuum cleaners at 90 and 35 vacuum cleaners at 140?

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Are Dyson vacuum cleaners any better than regular vacuum cleaners?

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How to Compare Water Vacuum Cleaners?

Water vacuums are vacuums that use water instead of filters to capture dirt and allergens. Just as with regular vacuum cleaners, different models of water-based vacuums are available. Each model ha... Read More »
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