I realize the title of this post is the very definition of hyperbolic, but I allow myself to bask in hyperbole when I come across something that's clearly straight out of the Genius Factory. (You know the one — it's the same factory, I presume, that produced this nibble pan and this whisk tealight holder.)
Toe kick vacuums — also called baseboard vacuums, or automatic dustpans — are technology's answer to the fine line of dirt that brooms and dustpans always (always, always!) leave behind. Here's how they work, and why ideally every kitchen would have one.