The warm hum of a running vacuum can put almost any baby to sleep. When you've run out of rooms to vacuum, just play this soundscape and you may find your baby is falling asleep in no time. What our customers say... 'When a friend told me that running a vacuum cleaner would help my colicky baby stop crying and fall asleep, I thought they were crazy! But, I tried it one sleepless night and it worked great! Since I didn't want to burn out my expensive vacuum or risk my baby's safety in case the motor overheated, I decided to try the Pediasleep Vacuum Cleaner CD. It was just like the real thing. Now, thanks to this CD, both my baby and I sleep better than ever!' ~ Lisa Suggestions for how to use this CD: Every baby is unique, so these suggestions should be though of as guidelines and not rules. After trying our suggestions, you'll probably need to experiment to find what works best to soothe your baby. Once you find something that works, stick with it until it no longer works, then experiment some more. 1) Turn the volume all the way down and play the CD. 2) Slowly, turn the volume up until the soundscape is loud enough to comfortably mask unwanted background noises. 3) Play the CD while doing whatever works best to soothe your baby. For some babies this may mean holding them, but for other babies this may mean leaving them alone where they sleep. 4) If your baby needs more than 74 minutes to be soothed, you may want to repeat the CD by using the repeat function on your CD player. 5) To help your baby fall asleep (and stay asleep) you may want to repeat the CD non-stop at nap-time or bed-time. This strategy has helped many babies learn to sleep through the night. 6) Be persistent. Don't be afraid to experiment. The more you can make Pediasleep soundscapes a part of your baby's sleep routine, the better.