It is the magic bullet with which we can win on the widespread house dust: A vacuum cleaner is must for any household!
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|1||VYTRONIX CYL01 Powerful Compact Cyclonic Bagless Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner||£39.99||Buy on Amazon|
|2||Shark Lift-Away Upright Vacuum Cleaner [NV601UKT], Bordeaux/Steel Grey||£159.00||Buy on Amazon|
|3||VYTRONIX 3in1 Bagless Upright Vacuum Cleaner Corded Handheld Stick 600W||£28.99||Buy on Amazon|
|4||Hoover Whirlwind Bagless Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner, SE71WR01, Lightweight, Compact - Grey/Red||£59.99||Buy on Amazon|
|5||VYTRONIX CSU600 Lightweight 600W Corded 2 in 1 Bagless Upright Handheld Stick Vacuum Cleaner||£28.99||Buy on Amazon|
|6||VYTRONIX NIBC22 22.2v Lightweight Lithium 3 in 1 Cordless Upright Handheld Stick Vacuum Cleaner||£68.99||Buy on Amazon|
|7||Vax U85-AS-Be Air Stretch Upright Vacuum, 1.5 Litre, 820 W - Silver/Orange[Energy Class A]||£97.99||Buy on Amazon|
|8||Shark Upright Vacuum Cleaner [NZ801UKT] Powered Lift-Away with Anti Hair Wrap Technology, Pet Hair,...||£219.06||Buy on Amazon|
|9||Amazonbasics Powerful Bagged Vacuum Cleaner, for Hardfloor&Carpet, HEPA filter, Compact and...||£40.66||Buy on Amazon|
|10||MooSoo Vacuum Cleaner, 17000Pa Stick Corded Lightweight Vacuum with 600W Motor, Telescopic Metal...||£59.99||Buy on Amazon|
|11||Duronic Bagless Cylinder Vacuum Cleaner VC5010 | Cyclonic Carpet and Hard Floor Cleaner | 500W |...||£69.99||Buy on Amazon|
|12||roborock S5 MAX Robot Vacuum Cleaner and Mop, Robotic Vacuum with E-Tank, No-mop Zones,Multi-floor...||£522.74||Buy on Amazon|
|13||Vax Mach Air Upright Vacuum Cleaner, 1.5 Liters, Purple||£159.85||Buy on Amazon|
House dust constantly accumulates in every apartment and can be dangerous for electrical devices and allergy sufferers.
In addition to the classic cylinder vacuum cleaners, there are also handheld and stick vacuum cleaners as well as the vacuum cleaner robot. Which device is most suitable in each case depends on personal preferences and the specific needs in the living space.
Bagless vacuum cleaners are mainly available in the form of multi-cyclone vacuum cleaners and water vacuum cleaners. Bag vacuum cleaners, however, still have the largest market share.
In addition to energy efficiency, suction power as well as noise and dust emissions also play a role in the purchase decision. The EU energy label provides information about these key figures.
Buyers should not only value convenience functions such as a fill level and filter change indicator, but also safety features such as overheating protection and an automatic switch-off.
As soon as it is sucked away, it is already lurking in the corners and covering all surfaces. It appears almost omnipresent and it seems as if it always has its own four walls under control: the house dust. But what is house dust and how is it created?
Our dust is composed of various organic and inorganic substances together . The exact mixture depends heavily on the presence of one or more pets in the household.
Around six milligrams of dust accumulate per square meter of living space every day. On the one hand, it gets into the apartment as part of the air through open windows; on the other hand, people themselves contribute to the production of dust. Around 80 percent of house dust on furniture consists of skin flakes. The dust on the floor also contains human and animal hair as well as particles that get into the apartment on shoes or paws. This calls for uninvited guests: mites multiply rapidly, especially in bed linen and mattresses, but also in upholstered furniture.
Dust clumps are not only unsightly, they harbor real dangers. In electrical devices that radiate heat, such as televisions or computers, the electrostatic charge accumulates dust and fibers. This can damage the equipment and even start a fire.
The excretions of mites are the trigger for allergies. Almost ten percent of the German population suffer from house dust mite allergies , also known as house dust allergies for short. Regular vacuuming with a HEPA filter is one of several factors that help alleviate the discomfort.
The practical everyday helpers are available in an abundance of different designs, which differ primarily in terms of the way they absorb dust and how they work. Which is the right device depends on the respective requirements, the intended areas of application and the conditions at the place of use, as every type of vacuum cleaner has its specific advantages. Find out in our guide what is important when buying a vacuum cleaner.
For many consumers, vacuuming is one of the least popular household chores. It would be all the more annoying if the floor hardly looked cleaner after the laborious cleaning. A vacuum cleaner should have good suction power and reliably remove dirt from the surface.
Cylinder vacuum cleaners are unreservedly suitable for every household, as they provide the best, most comprehensive and thorough suction. Cylinder vacuum cleaners are also available in various sizes, with different filter systems and a wide range of additional equipment, which is why there is a suitable model on the market for both small one-room apartments and multi-storey houses.
Hand vacuum cleaners are a practical addition for all those who often have to remove small mishaps such as tipped sugar bowls or chip crumbs on the couch or who have a car that they want to clean comfortably. They do not have an imperative for consumers to whom none of these apply.
Stick vacuum cleaners are quickly accessible additional devices in larger apartments or houses, which are mostly designed as cordless vacuum cleaners and are therefore particularly mobile. Even in small apartments, which should not necessarily be completely covered with deep-pile carpets, they are space-saving alternatives to the bulky canister vacuum cleaner.
Vacuum cleaner robots are likely to be real household helpers, especially for consumers who are busy at work or families of several people, as the small robots scurry across the floor every day and clean it independently, so that manual vacuuming with the cylinder vacuum cleaner is not necessary quite as often – a valuable (but expensive) time saver .
Below we offer a detailed presentation of each type of vacuum cleaner including the respective advantages. The detailed information provides interested consumers with an orientation about which models are really useful for their household, which filter type they should choose for their health and which additional features the manufacturer offers real added value.
Cylinder vacuum cleaners are what you typically think of as a vacuum cleaner. The classic vacuum cleaners are usually connected to the power supply via a cable. To clean the surface, the user pulls the vacuum cleaner behind him on rollers while manually guiding the suction attachment over the surface.
Thanks to its high, adjustable suction power, the floor vacuum cleaner can also handle coarse and heavy dirt particles. Its capacity is usually very high, so that users do not have to change the vacuum cleaner bag or dust box too often.
The various suction attachments make it a real all-purpose weapon: With them, the vacuum cleaner gets into every corner, removes cobwebs under the ceiling, cleans various floors, upholstered furniture or the interior of the car.
However, the radius of action is limited by the length of the cable and the distance to the nearest socket – this can mean a little running back and forth in larger apartments or houses. Another disadvantage that careless users know all too well: While vacuuming, the cylinder vacuum cleaner can collide with furniture, which can cause dents on wooden furniture or painted surfaces. In comparison to all other types of vacuum cleaner, cylinder vacuum cleaners also require the most storage space and generate a very high level of noise.
Handheld vacuum cleaners are characterized by their space-saving design . The suction tube, motor, dust container and blower unit are built into a compact housing that the user can comfortably hold in one hand. As a rule, handheld vacuum cleaners are battery-powered vacuum cleaners that do not require a dust bag. This means, on the one hand, an unlimited radius of action, on the other hand, only mediocre performance with a low number of watts and little suction power. There are also handheld vacuum cleaners with mains operation, which have a constantly high suction power and an even lower weight, but also have the disadvantage of a limited radius of action.
Thanks to various suction attachments and length-adjustable telescopic tubes, the handy devices are perfect for cleaning the angled interior of cars. But the advantages should not be underestimated even in household use:
Households with small children or pets in particular benefit from the quick deployment of the compact helpers. If the hairing pet has laid down on the sofa or the offspring has dumped the sugar bowl, the traces are removed in seconds. That is why this type of device is often referred to as table and car vacuum cleaners.
However, the filter performance often leaves something to be desired with the handheld devices. Tests show that these devices emit up to ten percent of the fine dust, which is why they are less suitable for allergy sufferers.
They are the fastest and most efficient option for hard-to-reach places in the home or for coarse dirt spread over small areas. Since cleaning larger floor areas with a handheld vacuum cleaner would hardly be possible in a back-friendly way, they are more of a supplement to the cylinder vacuum cleaner.
This vacuum cleaner design is known, among other things, as a stick vacuum cleaner, stick vacuum cleaner or also upright vacuum cleaner. They are often referred to as “handheld vacuum cleaners”, which is due to the fact that some devices are actually handheld vacuum cleaners with attachable telescopic handles and floor nozzles. As 2-in-1 devices , they can easily be converted into a compact handheld vacuum cleaner. In these vacuum cleaners, the device unit is combined with the suction tube and the handle to form a one-piece body and sits either near the floor above the nozzle or in the immediate vicinity of the handle part.
What the different models have in common is the elongated design, reminiscent of a broom or mop, which enables comfortable, back-friendly operation while standing . The devices are mainly available as a battery variant, and more rarely as a version with mains operation, optionally with cyclone technology or with a bag.
As a battery version, stick vacuum cleaners are very flexible, so that even overhead use, for example to remove cobwebs, is possible. However, this is more difficult than with conventional cylinder vacuum cleaners due to the higher weight on the suction tube. At 0.25 to 3 liters, the dust box is also smaller than the floor vacuum cleaners. Their absorbency and deep cleaning ability, especially on carpets, are generally weaker than their larger competition.
The compact stick vacuum cleaners are particularly suitable for floor cleaning in small apartments with little storage space or for quick cleaning in between. They are therefore to be understood as a kind of inexpensive interim solution or as a hand-held vacuum cleaner with an extended floor cleaning function.
Consumers who are busy at work, in particular, like to rely on the small household robots, which largely make manual vacuuming superfluous. The vacuum robots take over the work during the day, so that you return home to a clean apartment at the end of the day, but they also have their little problems in terms of mobility.
The devices have sensors , by which they orient themselves in space and measure the distance to obstacles. They draw their energy from a rechargeable battery that they charge at a base station. The cleaning is carried out by means of various rotating brushes or rollers fitted with rubber wipers. Smaller apartments with hard floors and little furniture are primarily suitable for using vacuum robots. Higher door sills or stairs are often insurmountable obstacles for them. There is also the risk that they get caught in cables and tear down sensitive objects.
A vacuum robot can be a great relief in everyday life, especially for allergy sufferers who rely on frequent vacuuming . Even if the robot does not reach all corners and does not achieve deep cleaning of deep-pile carpets, it still considerably reduces the amount of dust that is generated every day.
For people with pets, the vacuum robot can be a curse and a blessing at the same time: Although the device continuously picks up dog hair, four-legged friends sometimes pick up the humming intruder in their territory a little ungraciously. Ultimately, even users of a vacuum robot can not avoid purchasing a cylinder vacuum cleaner, the performance and versatility of which remains unmatched by other types of vacuum cleaner.
A distinction must not only be made between the design of different vacuum cleaners, but also the way in which the devices collect the dust. There are basically two methods of doing this: vacuum cleaners with bags and bagless vacuum cleaners. You will find both variants listed in our comparison.
Vacuum cleaners with bags catch the sucked up dirt in an air-permeable container . With a market share of around 70 percent, they are still ahead of the bagless vacuum cleaners. In these models, a turbine draws in the air. It flows through the suction nozzle, the suction tube and the flexible suction hose and enters the bag, which filters out and collects the dirt it contains.
After the air has passed the bag and given off the coarse-grained dust in the bag, it passes through the exhaust air filter for the smallest particles. The vacuum cleaner releases the sucked in air through an exhaust air grille, now freed of coarse and fine dust particles as far as possible, back into the environment.
Vacuum cleaner bags have to reconcile two actually incompatible properties. Your shell should be so air-permeable that it offers little resistance to the air and hardly minimizes the suction force. At the same time, it should be tight enough to hold even the finest grains of dust in the bag.
A distinction must be made between bags, which consist of two to five layers of differently grained paper, and those made of non-woven fabric.
The classic consists of multi-ply paper with different coarse grains and provides a sufficiently thorough and hygienic cleaning. Thanks to the recyclable material, they are more environmentally friendly than the alternative made of special fleece with a plastic component. The fleece bags are able to separate up to 99.9 percent of the dust particles.
Vacuum cleaners in connection with high-quality bags are a good choice, especially for allergy sufferers, as they can be disposed of without further raising dust. As a rule, they also work more quietly than cyclone models (58 to 70 decibels), although they achieve greater suction power when the bag is empty or not full. However, this decreases as the bag becomes full, as the air drawn in encounters increasing resistance when flowing through the bag and the filter system. This can also cause unpleasant smells and blow them back into the room.
With a price of 30 to around 400 euros, vacuum cleaners with a bag are a bit cheaper than the bagless version. However, consumers should also take into account the follow-up costs resulting from regular bag purchases . The best-known manufacturers include AEG, Bosch, Miele and Siemens.
The advantages of bagless vacuum cleaners are that they do not require any consumables such as bags or filters, show no loss of suction power and provide a constant high suction power even when the dust box is almost full. Since the air is not passed through this collecting container, unpleasant odors are also excluded. The disadvantage is that the user has to empty this container regularly and dust is raised, which is a real drawback for allergy sufferers.
Bagless vacuum cleaners do not collect the separated dust in a bag, but in a dust collector. This eliminates the bag’s filtering capacity. Instead, most bagless models separate dust and dirt particles using the cyclone principle . A distinction must be made here between single cyclone and multi-cyclone vacuum cleaners and, as a special form, water vacuum cleaners.
The cyclone principle is simple: air flows into a cone-shaped container. A cyclone is created there, in which the heavier dust particles are pressed to the edge by the centrifugal forces and separated into the collecting container. The device sucks the clean air in the middle upwards. Since the air only passes through this one cone, finer dirt particles are not completely removed . In addition, the exhaust air flows through a central paper filter, which the user has to clean regularly so that the device does not lose suction.
The functional principle of the modern multi-cyclone vacuum cleaner is basically the same as that of the single cyclone. After the air has been diverted from the first cyclone, it goes through several smaller cyclones in the second cleaning phase. These have a smaller diameter and achieve a higher rotation speed. This also separates smaller dirt particles. The more cyclones are used in the vacuum cleaner, the lower the proportion of fine dust in the exhaust air. A central paper filter is not necessary with this mode of operation. Well-known manufacturers are Dyson, Philips and Rowenta in addition to those mentioned above.
In addition, multi-cyclone vacuum cleaners tend to be more expensive to purchase and louder to operate. The purchase of such a device costs between 35 and 1,400 euros, depending on the model.
Vacuum cleaners with water filters are a special type of bagless vacuum cleaner and should not be confused with wet vacuums, which are used to vacuum up liquids. Instead of a dust bag, they have a water tank through which the dusty air is passed. Dust and dirt particles remain in the water, the cleaned air escapes through an additional filter; the water takes on the main filter function.
The cleaning effort is relatively high with water vacuum cleaners, as the user has to pour out the dirty water after each cleaning process in order to prevent the formation of mold, bacteria and odor. By adding scented oils to the water tank, the room air can in turn be filled with pleasant scents.
There is no loss of suction power with vacuum cleaners with a water filter. However, the water filling makes the devices relatively heavy , which affects handling in larger apartments or multi-storey buildings. The devices are highly recommended for allergy sufferers: although contact with the dust cannot be ruled out when the tank is emptied, the risk is significantly lower than when disposing of a dust bag or emptying the dust box, as the dust is bound in the water. With a degree of cleaning of up to 99 percent , the vacuum cleaner with water filter even improves the overall room climate. The price for a new water vacuum cleaner is around 40 to 400 euros, with a high-quality device starting at around 150 euros.
The filter systems are one of the most important elements in vacuum cleaners. By sucking in the dusty air as well as expelling it, a vacuum cleaner whirls the room air upside down. It is possible that it not only stirs up dust on surfaces and in the air, but also allergens , bacteria and microparticles that are already in the vacuum cleaner. In order to prevent this, the finest and multi-stage filter systems are necessary.
In bag vacuum cleaners, the bag itself is the first and strongest filter, while in water vacuum cleaners the water tank takes on this task. With bagless vacuum cleaners, the separation method makes this filter stage superfluous. However, these are not the only filter stages that are built into vacuum cleaners: fine dust and microparticles are usually captured by an additional exhaust air filter . In addition, a separate motor filter protects the motor from the ingress of dust particles and larger parts such as stones or paper clips that could get into the motor in the event of a bag torn.
Exhaust air filters form the last filter stage in the vacuum cleaner. They are located behind the engine and in front of the outlet for the purified air. Modern fleece vacuum cleaner bags are able to remove up to 99.9 percent of the particles from the suction air. However, fine dust particles can still be found in the exhaust air. The task of the exhaust air filter is to capture precisely these fine dust particles and to expel the air at least as pure as the room air. Exhaust air filters are not only found in bag vacuum cleaners, but also in Zklyon vacuum cleaners.
Consumers can choose between a micro and a HEPA filter (High Efficiency Particulate Air Filter):
Micro fleece filters have a somewhat coarser grain size than HEPA filters. Therefore, although they allow somewhat coarser-grained dust particles to pass through, they offer excellent dust retention capacity, provided a good dust bag is used.
The particulate filters are among the so-called depth filters. They separate particles with a diameter of less than a micrometer. They are also able to filter out bacteria, viruses, pollen, mite eggs and faeces, aerosols and smoke particles from the exhaust air. HEPA filters exist in two filter classes, namely H13 with 99.95 percent and H14 with a degree of separation of 99.995 percent. So they are absolutely recommended for allergy sufferers.
In the regular operation of a vacuum cleaner, regardless of the type, it is inevitable that the filter systems become clogged with dirt and clogged. This is accompanied by a loss of suction power and reduced filter performance. It is often sufficient to remove the filter and remove any visible dirt . However, at certain intervals it is necessary to replace the filters.
It is not possible to give a general answer to what time interval it makes sense to change the filter, as this depends heavily on variables such as the suction frequency, the degree of soiling, the vacuum cleaner model or the size of the apartment. In general, however, it is worth checking the filters monthly for contamination and, in the case of vacuum cleaners with bags, changing the exhaust air filter twice a year and changing the motor filter once . Users should also change the exhaust air filter in cyclone vacuum cleaners at least once a year.
The EU energy label provides information about the energy efficiency and other important key figures of a vacuum cleaner.
In September 2017, the guidelines for energy efficiency in vacuum cleaners were tightened in order to reduce the electricity consumption of private households. As part of this, the permissible nominal power consumption was reduced from 1,600 watts to 900 watts. But despite the watt limit, it is no problem for modern vacuum cleaners to thoroughly clean surfaces.
In addition to energy consumption and energy efficiency, the EU energy label communicates some other essential key figures that offer very good guidance for the purchase decision:
An efficient device consumes less electricity and ultimately saves the user a noticeable amount of money. The graduation between two consecutive classes is six kilowatt hours each . This means that a class A vacuum cleaner uses 18 kilowatt hours more than a class A +++ device. If an area of 87 square meters were vacuumed 50 times (the average annual consumption), the electricity saved with an A +++ device compared to an A device would be enough to wash 18 loads of laundry with an A +++ washing machine at 60 degrees. By the way: the maximum annual consumption is 43 kilowatt hours . Consumers should refrain from using labels like EcoLine or Eco Let yourself be fooled, but compare the consumption values.
Noise emissions are also decisive for choosing a vacuum cleaner model – especially if there are small children or pets in the household. The maximum permissible volume (measured directly on the device unit of the vacuum cleaner) is 80 decibels, which corresponds approximately to the volume of a hair dryer. New devices should not exceed 75 decibels . Particularly quiet vacuum cleaners even reach far lower values of around 55 decibels, which can be compared to the volume of a refrigerator.
Since a vacuum cleaner is primarily used to remove dust, the key figures for cleaning performance on hard floors and carpets are extremely relevant. Cleaning class A on hard floors is only given to vacuum cleaners that clean a test surface in the test at the highest level of suction power and also completely remove the dust from cracks. On low-pile carpets, class A vacuum cleaners remove at least 91 percent of the dust at maximum suction power. The meaningfulness of the dust emission class is less clear: a class A vacuum cleaner emits less than 0.02 percent of the dust sucked in in the exhaust air, a class G vacuum cleaner more than one percent. However, the latter is no longer permitted.
|Emission class||Emission values|
|A.||Less than 0.02%|
|B.||0.02 to 0.08%|
|C.||0.08 to 0.20%|
|D.||0.20 to 0.35%|
|E.||0.35 to 0.60%|
|F.||0.60 to 1.00%|
In reality, however, these quantities vary greatly, depending on the dust bags or filters used . Their filter power has a decisive influence on the level of dust emissions.
The test values of the EU label assume that the vacuum cleaner is operated at maximum suction power. However, this is not always necessary to achieve the desired cleaning result. The following functions are important for the purchase decision:
Most vacuum cleaners have a rotary control or a switch to adjust the desired suction strength. On hard floors that are only slightly dirty, the user can use this regulator to select a lower suction power, thereby saving electricity. More expensive devices even offer automatic suction power regulation, which automatically adjusts the suction power to the respective surface.
This display enables the filling level of the vacuum cleaner bag or container to be read off. In this way, the vacuum cleaner warns in good time when it is necessary to change the bag or empty the container, before the loss of suction power occurs. It is therefore not necessary to open the suction cup to check the fill level.
Exhaust air filters become soiled with increasing use, which means that they no longer provide the desired performance. This not only affects the purity of the exhaust air, but also the suction power. So that the user does not have to check the degree of contamination of the filter himself, high-quality vacuum cleaners contain filter change indicators that indicate when it makes sense to change the filter. A sensor continuously determines the functionality of the filter.
If the consumer decides to buy a mains operated vacuum cleaner, an automatic cable rewind makes sense. This guarantees that the cable is stowed in the device unit in a space-saving and compact manner and can easily be pulled out to the desired length. This means that there is no unnecessarily long cable lying around on the floor while vacuuming. After vacuuming, the user can conveniently roll up the cable using a foot-operated switch without having to bend down.
While the range of action with cordless vacuum cleaners is unlimited, the cable length for devices with mains operation is a decisive purchase factor. The user should therefore measure in advance which cable length makes sense for using a vacuum cleaner in his home so as not to change the socket too often have to.
The overheating protection and automatic switch-off functions are summarized under the umbrella term. These are extremely useful, as they ensure that the vacuum cleaner switches itself off in an emergency before it overheats and, in the worst case, engine damage. Such overheating occurs, for example, when the engine filter fails and impurities get into the engine compartment through a defective dust bag or the filters are so clogged that the exhaust air cannot escape.
When buying a new vacuum cleaner, not only the device itself, but also a number of useful accessories are often included in the scope of delivery. It includes various suction attachments (nozzles and brushes for different purposes), filters and, if it is a vacuum cleaner with a bag, dust bags. The suction tube is an accessory anyway. Here, buyers should make sure that it is an extendable and length-adjustable telescopic tube , so that people of different heights can work with the vacuum cleaner without having to assume an unhealthy back position.
The following brief overview explains which vacuum cleaner nozzles and brushes are common and what they are used for:
The floor nozzle, also known as a combination or universal nozzle, is the standard nozzle on vacuum cleaners. Depending on whether your bristle strips are drawn in or set up, it is suitable for vacuuming smooth floors such as laminate and tiles or for cleaning carpets. Thanks to a joint on the hose or stem attachment, the joint of the nozzle can be tilted so that the user can easily vacuum under sofas and shelves that are not too deep.
The long, slim nozzle is ideal for cleaning joints and narrow gaps, for example between sofa cushions, in the car or behind pieces of furniture. Usually it is part of the standard equipment.
The nozzle is designed for vacuuming upholstered furniture, car seats, mattresses or other smooth textile surfaces. It’s similar to a miniature version of the standard nozzle and is usually included with a vacuum cleaner. Soft, short bristles, the so-called thread lifters, brush the fabric and pick up lint, threads and hair.
The exceptionally practical suction nozzle, which is not supplied as standard, enables lamellar radiators to be cleaned in an uncomplicated manner. Their bristles are very firm and reach the inaccessible spaces between the radiator ribs. It can also be used to clean joints.
A must have for pet owners, it has rotating bristle rollers. Driven by the air flow, these rollers straighten the pile of the carpet and thus enable a better absorption of animal hair, threads, dried earth and other deep-seated dirt. Turbo brushes are also ideal for cleaning upholstery or car seats.
Although it works in a similar way to the turbo brush and is also not part of the standard range, its purchase has proven itself for animal lovers. The rotating brushes are turned independently by a separate electric motor and remove even stubborn, bristly animal hair and even mites. In order not to make your work unnecessarily difficult, it makes sense to use height-adjustable brush rollers.
The small, versatile brush is often included in the scope of delivery. In the past, the bristles were often made of horsehair, today you will find mostly soft plastic bristles. Its construction, often in a triangular or rectangular shape, enables both scratch-sensitive surfaces and angled corners and niches to be vacuumed. Textured wallpapers, keyboards, books, lampshades and radiators are some of its areas of application.
This vacuum cleaner nozzle was specially designed for hard, resistant and mostly large floors. Extra-wide variants clean stone floors or tiles quickly and thoroughly. Some hard floor nozzles are also suitable for parquet. Although the hard floor nozzle is not part of the regular scope of delivery, it can be a worthwhile investment depending on the area of application.