Interesting thought, but I'm afraid that pressure sufficient
to blow dirt out a discharge pipe would blow out the walls
or windows of a house.
Something I did that DOES work extremely well was to "pipe"
our house with compressed air. I had several quick connect
outlets across the house where we could plug in a 50' hose.
In addition, I had two 6" outlets that connected to my 5hp
shop dust collector in the basement. The vac wasn't one of
the portable types, but was a 5hp induction motor vacuum
that had two 6" inlets to collect sawdust and sanding dust
as I worked. By using a 6" flex hose from one of the two
outlets upstairs, it was like a "super" vacuum that moved a
LOT of air.
When it was time to do Spring cleaning, for instance, I'd
just lay the 6" lines into a room and use the compressed air
to blow dust off of our stone fireplace, Ficus tree,
bookshelves, library shelves, under beds, and even
baseboards. When followed by a good vacuuming of the carpet
by a conventional vacuum cleaner, we had great cleaning in a
Just how much dust and gas do you have in your house ?
I can't see going through all this trouble to remove dust from your house.
Unless you have have a 30 MPH wind blowing through the house, the dust is
going to settle on everything in the house, which will require dusting
You must be the only one who does, with the exception of course of those who
wish to rob you blind, and by that I mean those who will promise to
copyright it, market it and all the associated hangers on who want big fat
fees up front, they'll think it's fantastic and tell you that you'll make a
million from it, they are just interested in seperating you from your
My advice is ditch it, no one in their right mind would be interested in
having it in their home.
And one of the things they will claim is that it's a must for asthmatics,
it's not, if anything it will put more dust into a room than it will
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