I’m all about addressing the most common questions raised by people regarding household issues. I like experimenting with modern day tech and one of my recent experiments was with a Roomba.
People have been asking questions like can Roomba go over rugs and carpets or can Roomba go over transition strips in forums and threads. It’s obvious to have the same query considering how deceiving technology can be these days.
But I can assure you, that a roomba is definitely capable of going over rugs, carpets and transition strips depending on what model you have.
I know a single sentence is never assuring. The Internet is filled with facts about how robot vacuum cleaners like roombas fail in the query of can roomba go over rugs with Fringe?
Let’s just go through everything there is to know about how you can make your roomba go over rugs, carpets and transitions. Stay tuned ladies and gentlemen, you’re about to ace how to handle a roomba robot vacuum. First, let’s start with clarifying a confusion first.
Why Doesn’t My Roomba Go Over Rugs?
After knowing that a roomba can go over rugs, it is meant to be frustrating to see yours avoiding the area rugs every time it goes nearby. Funnily enough, the “scientists and engineers” who made such robot vacuums added a few sensors to help these robots sense danger.
And by danger I mean the chance of falling over from