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what vac?

Posted by Drytech (Steve_B), 11 February 2004
Which vacs do you guys use/recommend to pre vac?




Posted by stevegunn (Steve Gunn), 11 February 2004
I use a sebo excellent piece of kit
Posted by Drytech (Steve_B), 11 February 2004
what model and cost?

Posted by stevegunn (Steve Gunn), 11 February 2004
try this http://www.thecleanmachine.co.uk/clean.shopfront/product/38/uSID061483-874-917
Posted by Dynafoam (Dynafoam), 11 February 2004
Steve,

I'll admit to using the Sebo for domestics.

I have a Victor D9 (tub vac) with electric brush-head, which does a superior job, but takes up more valuable van-space.

John.
Posted by Robert_O (Robert Olifent), 11 February 2004
Kirbys are great vacs and very powerful, but forget the ancillary carpet shampoo attachments. If used purely as a pre vac then I think it's hard to beat.

Regards

Robert
Posted by Robert_O (Robert Olifent), 11 February 2004
Forgot to mention, Great vacuum, but over priced!

You may get a good deal on a second hand one though.
Posted by Derek (Derek Bolton), 12 February 2004
hi Robert (aka Steptoe  Wink)

You plugging your wares again son? Wink Grin

To contact Sebo call;- 01494 465533

Web site: www.sebo.co.uk

Cheers
Derek
Posted by Kinver_Clean (Kinver_Clean), 12 February 2004
Try Anderson Elecrical in Derby they deliver country wide and have Sebos for under 200 at the moment(I don't know what model) 01332 343121 They have a full range  of nearly everything for cljeaners.

Trevor
Posted by squeaky (squeaky), 12 February 2004
Vorwerk , excellent machines and in my opinion as good as a Kirby but cheaper and easier to use.

mark
Posted by Drytech (Steve_B), 12 February 2004
Thanks guys.

Just ordered a sebo from the clean machine.

It always pays to ask!

cheers

happy vaccing


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