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Electrolux shampooer attachments
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Post# 238051   6/28/2013 at 11:32 (1,816 days old) by ronni (USA)        

Are there attachments for the Electrolux B-8 shampooers for doing autos, upholstery, etc?

Also, does the Electrolux turbo shampoo disinfect?

Also wondering if the white with teal trim rug washers had a caddy like later models?

Post# 238061 , Reply# 1   6/28/2013 at 13:55 (1,816 days old) by tig21er (Indiana)        
rug washers

All rug washers came with a caddie from the Model G on. I looked in my inventory and only have one new rug washer that went in Silverado color and used one with Olympia One brown.
B-8 and current Floor Pro do not have attachments for doing autos and upholstery. I take the back brush off , run shampoo in the tray and foam it up and take the brush onto auto or upholstery.The was a battery powerwed tool called Little Pro they brought out for a short time in elate (0's.

Post# 238062 , Reply# 2   6/28/2013 at 13:56 (1,816 days old) by tig21er (Indiana)        
Little Pro

Sold in Late 90's.

Post# 238065 , Reply# 3   6/28/2013 at 14:22 (1,816 days old) by tig21er (Indiana)        
Little Pro

Here is info

Post# 238067 , Reply# 4   6/28/2013 at 14:24 (1,816 days old) by tig21er (Indiana)        
Little pro

pg 2

Post# 238068 , Reply# 5   6/28/2013 at 14:25 (1,816 days old) by tig21er (Indiana)        
little pro


Post# 238069 , Reply# 6   6/28/2013 at 14:27 (1,816 days old) by tig21er (Indiana)        
little pro


Post# 238070 , Reply# 7   6/28/2013 at 14:30 (1,816 days old) by tig21er (Indiana)        

Introducing B-9 Oct.1984 Now called Floor Pro.Came out with Diamond Jubilee canister.

Post# 238186 , Reply# 8   6/29/2013 at 10:16 (1,815 days old) by rugsucker (Elizabethton TN)        
Electrolux shampooing

Some 60s rug washers had a what looked like a large blue plastic plate to rest on when not in use.
Little Pro-Was this a Black & Decker?
B-9-Does anyone remember the non removable suds shield?Was harder to clean and didn't last long.

Post# 238198 , Reply# 9   6/29/2013 at 13:58 (1,815 days old) by AudibleNectar ()        
That Little Pro.....

......looks like a neat little gizmo - I do wonder however if the battery is one of a kind, thus dooming it to obsolescence. It also appears that it uses it's own special brush - it would have been neat if it used a single Floor Pro or 2100 series brush, making it easier to find replacements.

Post# 238205 , Reply# 10   6/29/2013 at 14:18 (1,815 days old) by ronni (USA)        

Thanks for the info tig21er along with posting copies of the Little Pro and B-9 shampooers. That helps a lot.

Post# 238241 , Reply# 11   6/29/2013 at 18:43 (1,815 days old) by tig21er (Indiana)        
turbo tool

turbo tool 1984

Post# 238243 , Reply# 12   6/29/2013 at 18:44 (1,815 days old) by tig21er (Indiana)        
turbo tool


Post# 238244 , Reply# 13   6/29/2013 at 18:46 (1,815 days old) by tig21er (Indiana)        
turbo tool


Post# 238245 , Reply# 14   6/29/2013 at 18:47 (1,815 days old) by tig21er (Indiana)        
turbo tool


Post# 238246 , Reply# 15   6/29/2013 at 18:48 (1,815 days old) by tig21er (Indiana)        
turbo tool


Post# 238247 , Reply# 16   6/29/2013 at 18:49 (1,815 days old) by tig21er (Indiana)        
turbo tool


Post# 238248 , Reply# 17   6/29/2013 at 18:50 (1,815 days old) by tig21er (Indiana)        
turbo tool


Post# 238249 , Reply# 18   6/29/2013 at 18:52 (1,815 days old) by tig21er (Indiana)        
turbo tool

tt8 This is a great massage unit.

Post# 369824 , Reply# 19   4/2/2017 at 16:27 (442 days old) by ronni (USA)        

Does anyone have information on the Electrolux BrightStar ... was it sold prior to or after the Little Pro? Does it use the same type of batteries as the Little Pro? The "star" leads me to think it may have been a TriStar product.


For quick cleanups, rely on the ElectroLux BrightStar Handheld Spot Cleaner. Its powerful 120 to 180 rpm rotary brush takes care of spills and spots on carpets and upholstery--without causing splatters.

Measures 9-1/2"L x 4"W x 2-1/2"H. Tote measures 14-1/4"L x 10-1/2"W x 4"H.

Battery charger UL listed. 1-year LMW.

Made in China.

•one shampoo and scrub brush
•one naplifter
•two buff pads
•one battery charger
•two VersaPak batteries
•one caddy carrying tote

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