A new vacuum cleaner has hit the market that may soon be banned.
The vacuum cleaner was developed by a company in Japan.
It is named the Dyson Vibrant and has a 3.3kg vacuum.
The manufacturer says it is an electric vacuum cleaner that can deliver “100 times cleaner than air”.
But in the US it has become known as the Dysons vacuum cleaner, and the Consumer Product Safety Commission has now banned it from sale.
It was advertised as an “air cleaner” but in the ads the company says the air is the vacuum cleaner.
The Consumer Product and Safety Commission (CPSC) is now investigating.
The company’s website also states that its products are “designed to remove odours from air and reduce air pollution”.
However, the company’s CEO, Yoshihisa Takada, told a Tokyo TV station the company was “not sure” if the product is an air cleaner.
“We don’t know if it’s an air purifier or a vacuum cleaner,” Mr Takada said.
“I believe we are going to get to the bottom of this.”
The CPSC has been monitoring the sale of the vacuum cleaners since it began in January and it said the company had been found to be advertising a product that was not an air-purifying device.
A spokesman for the company told BBC News the company would not be commenting further.’
It’s just not an effective cleaner’It is not the first time a vacuum cleaning device has caused a controversy.
Last year, a company called Gator Clean was fined $3.5 million for selling a device that made cleaning a “pain in the ass”.
The company, which sells a range of cleaning devices called “Gator Vibrants”, is also banned from selling in Japan, and is not selling the device in the UK.
A spokesman said the UK government had already issued warnings to Gator Vibration about the potential for harmful effects and would continue to do so.
“The Gator Gator is designed to eliminate odours by eliminating air and replacing the air with pure water,” the spokesman said.
“It is designed for indoor use and can operate outdoors as well.”‘
It looks a bit odd’The UK government has already issued two warnings to other companies selling the devices.
“This is not an approved cleaning product and the product has not been approved for use indoors or outdoors,” a spokesman for London’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs said.
Gator said the devices it sells were not meant for use in residential or commercial environments.
“This is just not the way to do things,” a spokesperson said.
Gator Clean is not alone in the vacuum cleaning business.
Another company called the “Aqua Clean” sells products that use water and “do not remove odour from the air”, and the CPSC warned that this “looks a bit awkward”.
“It is important to remember that all air cleaners and vacuums are not equal, and that there is no such thing as a clean air vacuum,” a CPSC spokesperson said in a statement.
“Some cleaners are designed to clean the air around the room while others purify the air by dissolving dust and other particles.”
It looks like there are many different ways to clean your air and that is why we have put in place a new safety guidance to help people understand what air cleaners are and how they can help.”‘
They are just not good’A spokesperson for the US manufacturer, Aromatherapy, said: “This product does not purify air.
It simply makes the air cleaner free.
It looks a little odd, but it is not meant to be an air cleaning device.
“They are designed for use outdoors, not indoors.
The Aroma Clean is meant to make your room smell better and it is also designed for home use.”
A spokesperson from the UK company, Energised Appliances, told BBC Trending: “The Aromaholics Air Clean and Aromalytics Air Clean are not intended for indoor or outdoor use.”
Energised’s products are designed specifically to clean and cleanse the air and are not meant as an air cleanser.””
Our Aromary products are specifically designed to prevent odour and mould from being created.
“In some instances, these products can even prevent bacteria growth.”
These products are only meant to use for a short period of time and not to be used in a commercial environment.