Roomba Pool Table Vacuum
A friend of mine bought a Roomba robotic vaccum cleaner
as a gag. It's actually pretty fun to watch it semi randomly roaming around the room.
It seems to have about 15 different direction change sequences, which allow it to eventually cover
about 98% of a small area before the battery runs out. Well, this friend has a pool table and one
day when the table was looking a little shabby, we decided to try using the Roomba on it.
The thing did an absolutely awesome job. Fun to watch too, or did I already mention that? Well pretty soon
we started seeing how good an 8 ball player the unit was. We set up a rack, and let Roomba do its thing.
Roomba eventually broke the rack and proceeded to clean up the table. While pushing balls in
all over the place, it's tiny little brushes were scooping up all the ashes, dog hairs, and
other detritus that accumulate on tables over time. Then it dawned on me,
while this relatively cheap $150 cleaner wasn't too useful in a typical house, it was perfect
for the tedious job of cleaning 10 tables at a pool hall. While you may still need a brush to get
under the edges, just sweep the mess out in the middle and let roomba take care of it.
It also seems to raise the nap of the felt, so you should start out with the vacuum mode on high.
Here is the model
you should be looking at.
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