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964 Bristle Rotor Brush Replacement for 104 Sweeper

 

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Reg. 19.99
Fuller Brush About the Rotor Brush      

  • Durable boar bristle rotor brush picks up all types of debris
  • Requires no electricity
  • Sweeper has easy grip handle
  • Laboratory tested superior to competitors

Where To Use the Rotor Brush 

  • Use on indoor-outdoor carpets, uncarpeted floors, stairways, tile floors.
  • Use in homes, businesses, RV's, and boats.
  • In places where a rotor brush would become wet, gummed up or entangled, consider using the Vinyl Rotor Blade instead.
How To Maintain the Rotor Brush   
  1. Empty dustpans after every use.
  2. Comb bristles with the Cleaning Comb or pocket comb before storing away, to maintain effectiveness and protect bristles.

Specifications  

  • Type of Material: Fine Boar Bristle Brush.
  • Size of Rotor: 9" L x 6-1/4" W
  • Size of Bristle: 2-1/2" tall
  • MPN:/Model:  964
  • GTIN:/UPC: 
  • Tax according to your local sales tax code
  • Shipping by Fedex:  $9.00-per-entire-order, continental USA.

Problem Solving

Improving the Efficiency of Your Carpet Sweeper:  If the sweeper tends to miss fine lint, string and other light debris, try dampening the brushes before use.

General Carpet and Rug Care:  Regular carpet cleaning is important for appearance and wear. Unless removed, sharp particles of grit can become embedded and slice carpet fibers. Use a carpet sweeper to pick up daily dirt, crumbs, hair, etc. every day, or when spills or tracked in soil occurs.  Thoroughly vacuum carpets and rugs weekly; slowly vacuum each area several times to loosen and remove deep-down dirt.

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