A vaccuum cleaner will suck up most anything in its path. Ive seen em suck up socks, paper towels, jewelry etc. Smart advice…make sure nothing is on the floor before you start vaccuuming to reduce damage to your vaccuum and to anything that may be sucked up by the vaccuum cleaner! They probably will get stuck somewhere in the hose.
Vacuum With Pantyhose for Retrieving Small Items | ThriftyFun
We love the crevice tool that comes with most vacuums, but some spots like a super-narrow sliding door track need an even more flexible attachment. Enter this trash-to-treasure hack: Hold a toilet paper tube over the nozzle and squish it into the offending space. See more at Lifehacker ». As your vacuum runs, the light scent from the sheet will waft through the air and make the room smell fresh. See more at Apartment Therapy ».
Will a vacuum cleaner suck up a pair of pantyhose?
All too often, the first time you wear them ends up being the last. Quite the contrary, there are plenty of ways you can still make use them. Here are different things you can do — not including throwing them out. Cover the end of your vacuum hose with a nylon stocking and take a root around with it.
By: SGCleaningServices. Is anyone as tired as I am about buying nylons only to just throw them out in 2 months when they get a snag or run? If the answer is yes, then you will want to keep reading. Get ready to get excited!