Do you hate cleaning your home (or any home)? Yeah, we know the feeling. Luckily, technology has come to the rescue. We, here at GetMore, did some digging and found interesting technological innovations to assist us in our daily house-cleaning habits. (We know you can skip a day or so, but the more days you skip, the worse the job gets.)

Now, it might sound strange that people are inventing and developing home-cleaning technology, but when you think about it, it really is necessary. Think, for instance, of the iron, vacuum cleaner or the squidgy mop with the handle so you don’t have to touch the yucky water.

So with spring cleaning getting closer and closer, here follow our top home cleaning innovations.

Vacuum shoes



Imagine cleaning while you take a stroll through your home. Denso, a Japanese auto company, built the prototype for these shoes. A small vacuum is built into the outer sole as well as a match-box size collection bin. Best of all, the vacuum is powered by your steps.

The LitterMaid


Tired of cleaning out the cat’s litter box? This nifty little invention will make it a thing of the past (to some extent). It’s self-cleaning and boasts with a premium clumping litter.

CleanWave Sanitizing Wand


It not only sounds like a magic wand, it practically is one. The CleanWave Sanitizing Wand uses advanced UV-C light tech to clean up to 99% of the germs, allergens and odour causing bacteria found in and around your house. It’s quick and easy to use.

Windoro cleaning robot

This nifty little robot will keep your windows clean when you cannot. It sucks onto your window due to a magnetic system and cleans your windows automatically. The great thing is it can run for up to two hours on its own, so you can just sit back and watch your window’s being cleaned inside and out.


It’s small, it’s environment-friendly, it burns calories, and it keeps your clothes clean. Drumi is a compact washing machine that takes about 10 minutes to wash a load, and it uses almost 80% less water than a conventional washing machine. The cherry on top – it doesn’t use electricity, but foot power.

Whether you’re interested in owning one of these gadgets or just in need of home cleaning services, speak to GetMore. We are here to help you simplify life.

Resources: TechPP, HVZ and Paste Magazine

Image source: Scientell

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