Tech Corner: Say Goodbye To Your Dustpan And Hello to EyeVac!

April 21st. 2017

Spring cleaning time may have passed us but sweeping is a year-round chore we will never be able to turn our backs on. Even if it is hurting our backs to bend down and gather the dirt pile with the dustpan, that just seems to never want to pick up everything. This company came up with a better solution to the dustpan and we cannot wait to get one for our homes!

This appliance was originally designed for professional use only, such as hair salons, vet and medical clinics, and commercial shops. However, the company has extended their line and created a home-use vacuum dustpan system. The Eye-Vac Home Touchless Vacuum is perfect for a home in any size. It can be placed in any room that has a hard floor, such as wood or tiled. The Eye-Vac sucks up pet hair, litter, dirt, mud, dust, and more!

Eye Vac fits seamlessly into your surroundings so you can clean with ease. When you are not cleaning, you do not have to worry about feeling the need to hide the system either. Eye Vac’s touchless name is because it is always on and always ready with an infrared sensor that activates the machines to turn on automatically when you are ready, making the technology quick and convenient.

It is a cyclonic vacuum with a High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filtration that provides not only a clean floor but clean air as well. Unlike a dustpan, the 1000 watt motor of the stand-up vacuum removes 100% of dust, hair, and debris instantly! There is a 1.6 Gallon bagless canister that holds all the dirt collected. You just pop out that section, empty the canister into the garbage, and pop the piece back in when it is full.

The Eye-Vac Touchless Vacuum for your home can cost anywhere between $80 to $110 dollars. If you purchase through the company’s website, you are guaranteed a one-year warranty.

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