Who invented invented the vacuum cleaner?

Answer The first upright vacuum cleaner was invented by a janitor in Canton, Ohio- James Spangler in 1907. On June 2, 1908, he received US Patent Number 889,823 for a Carpet Sweeper and Cleaner.

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Where was the first vacuum cleaner invented?

A vacuum cleaner is used to suck up a mess or dirt in a carpet or on tile or wood floors, and all the gross junk goes into a bag or container you throw away or dump in trashcan, but please don't li... Read More »

Who invented the vacuum tube?

While perfecting the light bulb in 1883, Thomas Edison accidentally discovered electric current can travel through a vacuum without the assistance of wire, according to the Public Broadcasting Serv... Read More »

Who invented the electric vacuum?

James M. Spangler, a janitor working at a department store in Canton, Ohio, invented the first electric vacuum cleaner. Mr. Spangler first tested his invention in 1907, and it was patented in 1908.... Read More »

Who invented the vacuum cleaner with bag?

J.Murray Spangler was the inventor of vacuum cleaner with bag