Vacuum cleaners are great for storing vacuum cleaner and vacuum cleaning bags, but they can also make the most noise.
A new study shows that these devices emit a distinct amount of noise that can be irritating to people.
Researchers at the University of Maryland and the University at Buffalo conducted a survey of 1,000 people and found that the vacuum cleaner they were using emitted significantly more noise than the other.
In fact, people using the Vacuum Cleaner 2, a vacuum cleaner with an ultrasonic motor, emitted far more noise and emitted more exhaust fumes than the VacuCleaner 1, which has a metal blade.
Researchers say that the ultrasonic noise emitted by these vacuum cleaners can cause problems with the internal combustion engine and the lungs, and it can be harmful to the lungs.
The researchers suggest that people should consider other cleaning methods, like the new, improved Vacuum-E, which is quieter than the older Vacuum cleaner and also has an ultrasonically-driven motor that can help clean up after itself. Read more: