If you really want to clean up your house in Utah you might want to consider using a drum pump to take it to the next level. Anyone can clean their house using the standard implements of the trade. These include such items as a mop, a broom, a feather duster and a vacuum cleaner. Few people, however, consider the use of a pump to clean their houses. This is probably because on an intuitive level, the use of a pump does not entirely make sense. What I mean by this assertion is that the subconscious mind does not want to consider the possibility that a pump would be an effective tool for the task.


Most people would never consider the possibility of using this specific type of implement to clean a house (especially in Utah). The reason for this is obvious. Pumps of this sort are not typically used to clean houses. But the purpose of this blog post (if nothing else) is to convince you (gentle reader) that not using a pump to clean your house would be more than a vital error on your part. This is because you have no real appreciation for how clean your house can actually become through the use of a pump.

But the question remains, how does one use a pump in the process of cleaning their Utah home? We all know how to use the normal cleaning implements. A broom is relatively self explanatory. You simply take the pole portion of the broom in both hands to drag the bristle portion of the broom across the floor in order to gather dust and dirt into one location. This makes it easy to then pick up the dirt into a dust bin. From there it is a simple process to dump the dust bin into a garbage pail.