What are the opposite words for vaccums?

Vacuums, also known as hoovers or dustbusters, are appliances used to clean floors and surfaces by sucking up dust, dirt, and debris. They work by creating negative pressure, which causes air to flow into the vacuum and carry debris along with it. Antonyms for vacuums include words such as blowers, push brooms, and mops, which use air or physical force to move dust and dirt rather than sucking it up into a container. While vacuums are useful for deep cleaning carpets and upholstery, these alternative cleaning appliances are better suited for sweeping up debris on hard flooring or quickly removing surface dust on furniture.

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dis-praise
Antonyms:
develop, enhance, expand.