TODAY’S PATENT – CARPET CLEANING SYSTEM
Carpet Cleaning Systems are adaptive and enhanced vacuum cleaners whose main function is to clean carpets thoroughly. These devices can operate vacuum cleaning and liquid cleaning interchangeably. James M. Wimsatt received his patent for the invention, “Carpet cleaning system” (US4314385A) by the USPTO on 9th February 1982
The present invention relates to a carpet cleaning system that is convertible between a vacuuming configuration and a liquid cleaning configuration. The benefits of this device are that the carpet can be cleaned thoroughly by dry vacuum suction and liquid. However, it lacks raw vacuum power compared to regular vacuum cleaners. As a result of being less powerful, the device as a whole becomes pragmatically inferior and substandard in quality.
The present improvised invention consists of the vacuum system, air pumps, tubes, and dust collection bag. These parts are organized efficiently so that they will operate with the same efficiency as a standard vacuum cleaner. The primary objective of this invention is to create an enhanced carpet cleaning system wherein the vacuum and the liquid cleaner can be used separated with the same efficiency as regular vacuum and liquid cleaners.