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Miele Vac Accesories

Posted by chefwong (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 9, 14 at 11:01

Alrighty gang, my Mile SBB 300 Floor Brush is due for replacement. $70 for a floor brush I suppose when you spend $1000 on a vac, you need to price the accessories accordingly.

I've yet to look the at ID/OD of the wand and see what *OEM equivalents* exist out there.

Anyone using 3rd party attachments...

FWIW, I've never used 3rd party attachments but I suppose I will get familiar to see if it does exists. Love the car Micro set attachment kit, but yeah, even that, I think I paid $150...but that actually seemed like it was ~worth~ it, for the funtions it gave me (aka, the extra long nozzle for between the cosole/seat) along with the mini turbo-brush which is just awesome...

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RE: Miele Vac Accesories

chefwong, i recently purchased a Miele SBB400-3 Parquet Twister XL Floor Brush @ $79.00. It is extra long so greater surface area and not only does it swivel (like 90 degrees along a piece of furniture, it also can be positioned against ceilings/walls in two ways to ensure pick up.

Miele pretty much uses nylon and some natural hair in their brushes. Gone are the day of horse hair which I preferred. I do say that this piece was a very worth while investment, as it cuts my cleaning time. Well worth the money.

Here is a link that might be useful: Miele Swivel Brush

RE: Miele Vac Accesories

I got an adapter from eBay so that I could use my old Electrolux floor horsehair brush with a Miele canister vac. Works great.

RE: Miele Vac Accesories

For that space between the car seat and console, I went to WalMart and spent $10 on a Drop Stop.

Google it....this is a great invention. No more cell phone or French fries falling between the seat and console.

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