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Cleaning Up With High-Tech Housekeeping Tools

April 26, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

As long as we have homes, we’ll need to clean them — but new technologies are changing that process. From email-based “behavioral modification” to robots that vacuum, mop, and even clean pools and gutters, to machines that rid the air of pathogens and impurities, high-tech housekeepers have plenty of new options available to simplify the job and improve the results.

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