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Miele STB 101 - Mini cepillo turbo
|Precio recomendado:||EUR 45,34|
|Precio:||EUR 28,78 Envío GRATIS en pedidos superiores a 29€. Ver detalles|
|Ahorras:||EUR 16,56 (37%)|
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- Ideal para aspirar polvo, pelos e hilos
- Especial sofás
- Especial tapicerías
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Turbo cepillo mini especial para mascotas.
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Here's 4 reasons why: four cats. The lazy indoor-only kind that sleep all day on soft things. I can tell my black cat's favorite soft surface du jour by the breadth and depth of the black fur he leaves behind.
This mini turbo brush removes EVERY cat hair in just a few swipes in both directions. I have several cream-colored blankets he has adopted and I thought they could never be cleaned. Machine washing and drying never extracts the fur enough, and I can use an entire lint brush (the kind with sticky paper) before and after washing and still see fur. With the turbo brush, I can remove all visible hair easily, then can wash the blanket.
Some people don't like the brush because it is air-generated and can seize up at times without its own machine drive mechanism. I do encounter this, but after many uses, I find this happens on some surfaces more than others. If I just use a light touch, adjust the suction, and/or move the brush in the opposite direction, no problems at all. The Turbobrush work best when there is air behind the item being vacuumed. For instance, if I lift up a bedspread to vacuum it - as opposed to keeping it flat on the bed - I never have problems with the mechanism seizing up.
Just be very careful handling this attachment while in use. Don't get your hands, clothing, or hair too close to the brush. I thought this warning was pretty silly when I saw it in the instructions, but as I use the brush more and more, I can see that I do often bring the attachment close to my body as I navigate about with it. Definitely, make sure you engage or disengage it with the machine OFF.
This brush picks cat hair (even embedded ones) off soft blankets and upholstery like no other vacuum attachment I have ever used. I am so glad I paid extra for this attachment for my Miele Neptune.
1. It is a turbo brush with a spinning brush and it will work on upholstery and get into areas where the main vacuum head won't fit. It does lift the nap on upholstery, and it does suck up the dog hair, cookie crumbs, and whatever.
2. It opens to clean the brush.
3. The head does swivel a little bit.
Any vacuum cleaner accessory that costs $75 - as much as many entire vacuum cleaners - shouldn't have any cons, should it? But sadly, this one does.
1. The big problem is that the brush stops at the slightest touch. My old one would slow down and stop, but only with some pressure.
C'mon, Miele! Anyone who cleans a house knows that a person using this brush is going to have to go through some physical contortions to reach everything, and it isn't fun trying to do a balancing act while keeping a light enough pressure all of the time to keep this brush working! We have to vacuum the sides and backs of the furniture as well as the tops, and we all know what it is like trying to vacuum in a car! Besides, this puppy is used at the end of a long hose and a wand where we can't always feel how much pressure is on the tool itself, and the brush is quiet enough to not really notice when it stops spinning. (My old brush is loud as an airplane taking off, so I know when it stops). This brush will be pretty useless for my 6' tall 210 lb husband to use to vacuum out the cars, because he will never keep light enough pressure on it while he is trying to crawl around in the car.
2. My current turbo brush is strong enough to pull crumbs, etc. out of the contour stitcing in the furniture upholstery. This one isn't. I expect to use the crevice tool in the actual crevices, but I have never before had to use it in the contour stitching for the upholstery.
3. $75 for this little brush is a bit of highway robbery! My other one - that actually works better - came with the vacuum cleaner that was 1/3 the price of my Miehle. I love my Miehle upright vacuum, and it might have been worth the higher price, but this brush is quite overpriced for what it does.