WASHINGTON — A simple, inexpensive tool that can sweep debris out of your yard has won the heart of many homeowners.
A few minutes of labor is all it takes to sweep out all the dust and dirt, according to a new study published in the journal Science.
The study was conducted by researchers at the University of Utah, the University in Utah, and the University at Buffalo, and they used an array of equipment to determine the efficacy of the new sweep.
They found the lawn sweeter can remove dust mite colonies and debris from any area of a house, and can be used in multiple locations.
“I’m amazed at how effective the lawn mowing machine really is,” said senior author of the study Dr. John Krasner, a professor of environmental health and public health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
“People really need to get out and see this and be on the lookout for other ways to use this technology.”
“Mowing is a very important part of your home.
It’s essential for your health and safety,” Krasned said.
Using the lawnmower to remove dust and debris is a great way to clean up a house that has been a messy mess for many years, he said.
The new study shows that a simple lawnmowing machine, such as the Lawnsweeper or the Lawnmower Cleaner, can be effective at removing dust and other debris from a home.
The researchers tested their lawnmowers on three different lawnmowed areas.
It is the first study to demonstrate that a lawnmow can effectively remove dust in a large number of locations.
“It’s amazing how effective this lawnmoting machine is, and it’s just a lot of fun,” Kasner said.
“It’s a little more work, but it’s fun.
I don’t think people realize how many ways people can use this machine.”
The new research was done at the American Institute of Architects, and Krasners lab.
Mowing machines can be found on sale at many hardware stores and on eBay.
This is the second study published this year showing that using the lawnsweeper to remove mites, the researchers found it had no effect on mite infestations.