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Place old tights over the vacuum cleaner's hose, secure with a rubber band, and run it in between couch cushions and behind beds to find easy-to-misplace items like earrings. You can also use this method to "dust" small children's toys like Lego blocks.
See a video tutorial on The Hartford's YouTube channel.
Fluff Design uses this trick when staging homes: Remove pesky carpet dents by placing ice cubes over them. As the water melts, the carpet fibers will become more malleable. Run a vacuum cleaner over the spot to get the carpet to straighten up again.
If your electric or battery-powered pump is broken or lost, use a bagged vacuum cleaner. This video from YouTube user juliakg will show you how.
Get into narrow spaces (like a sliding door track!) by using a cardboard tube as a moldable extender for the vacuum hose.
Learn more at lifehacker.
Vacuum cleaners are the ultimate white noise machines. There's something so calming about that electric whirr—it works like a charm, says YouTube user . (Or try playing this eight-hour clip of vacuuming sound effects from YouTube/SoundBox.)
To stop scuffs when you accidentally hit a baseboard or door while vacuuming, cover the front edge of the machine's head with white masking tape.
Admittedly, this one's a bit weird, but as you can see in this viral video, a (clean) vacuum machine's hose can double as a brush. Place a hair band on the end of the hose to slide onto hair once it's all swept up.
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