There’s no need to cry over spilt crumbs

14/08/2015 | Posted in Household Cleaning

This week we put the SuperVac 2-in-1 Cordless Vacuum Cleaner to the test against the traditional dustpan and brush in our Man vs Morphy challenge. Who will win?

The bread crumbs are on the floor, ready to be cleaned up, both the SuperVac and the dustpan and brush looking determined to succeed. Could the old fashioned dustpan really beat the super lightweight, upright cordless vacuum cleaner? 

Man got off to a slow start bending down and shuffling on his knees while he started to sweep up the crumbs. With no need to bend down and no cord to plug in, SuperVac got off to a flying start – vacuuming up the crumbs in the middle of the floor with ease. 

Almost half way through and it was starting to look like fair game until the SuperVac pulled out its hidden power – the handheld setting. While man was struggling to sweep up the crumbs from the corner of the kitchen, the SuperVac’s handheld setting got into the awkward corners in no time – cleaning up the crumbs in a flash. With enough battery power still left to clean the whole house, the SuperVac set to work at what it does best…cleaning! 

And there you have it folks– in the battle of Man vs Morphy, Morphy has won again. 

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