The Irish woman who discovered a cat’s carpet was a waste of time was inspired by the story of the inventor who created a new vacuum cleaner.
Ms Elisabeth O’Riordan, of Galway, who has been using the electric vacuum cleaner to clean her apartment in Galway since September, said it had saved her from wasting valuable time.
Ms O’Reilly said she was “overwhelmed” by the success of the cleaner, which she bought last month.
“I was so happy when I got it, it is really wonderful,” she said.
“My only complaint is that the cleaning can take quite a long time.” “
The electric vacuum is not new to Ireland. “
My only complaint is that the cleaning can take quite a long time.”
The electric vacuum is not new to Ireland.
In the early 1980s, an Australian entrepreneur called John T. Collins designed a small vacuum cleaner based on a design he had seen in a toy shop.
It was sold in the US for less than $1,000 and was soon copied by a number of American and European manufacturers.
However, there was no immediate evidence that it was effective, with the US government and the Food and Drug Administration finding it to be “incorrect and unreliable”.
The electric model was replaced in the mid-1980s by a new model that used a more powerful motor.
But the new electric model has not been popular with cat owners, and it has been used to clean out a number cat enclosures in Ireland.
Collins is now hoping the new vacuum model can attract more owners, with plans to open an online shop later this year.
The new electric vacuum comes with a free lifetime guarantee, but will not be sold on the company’s website until October.