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Brush Re-Bristleing
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Post# 163047   12/21/2011 at 16:19 (4,445 days old) by bvac6 (Fort Wayne, Indiana)        

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Does anyone know of anyone that rebristles hoover brush strip?

Post# 163049 , Reply# 1   12/21/2011 at 16:32 (4,445 days old) by jmurray01 (Scotland)        

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Can you not buy new brushes and fit them yourself ? What model of HOOVER is it ?

Post# 163056 , Reply# 2   12/21/2011 at 18:54 (4,445 days old) by massagemiracle ()        

I agree, why wouldn't you just buy new brush strips or bristles for dust or bare floor nozzles? What model and what needs bristles?


Post# 163068 , Reply# 3   12/21/2011 at 20:21 (4,445 days old) by bvac6 (Fort Wayne, Indiana)        

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Model 300, and I don't remember which model I have that they came out of but its the curved single screw type strips as well.

Post# 163078 , Reply# 4   12/21/2011 at 23:50 (4,445 days old) by massagemiracle ()        

are you talking about something like these?


Post# 163099 , Reply# 5   12/22/2011 at 09:34 (4,444 days old) by marukap (Saint Louis, MO)        
A True Craftsman

I can heartily recommend to you:

 

Mr. Lance Cheney

Braun Brush Company

43 Albertson Av.

Albertson, NY  11507

www.brush.com...

lance@brush.com

(516) 741-6000

 

He can rebristle just about any TUFTED brush you have.  Send him photos and/or send him the work by mail for an estimate.  The results are decidedly better than new-old-stock.  You will need to specify bristle type and length.  If in doubt, go with longer than shorter.  You can always trim them down if need be.  Cost VARIES depending on quantity and difficulty.  $1.50 per TUFT is not unusual.  If your brush strips are the twisted or helical type, you will probably have to send the entire brush roll with them because he will have to use the roll as a mount to hold the work in place.

 

Hope that helps.

 

Marty Kaplan


Post# 163100 , Reply# 6   12/22/2011 at 09:35 (4,444 days old) by marukap (Saint Louis, MO)        

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Post# 163125 , Reply# 7   12/22/2011 at 14:51 (4,444 days old) by bvac6 (Fort Wayne, Indiana)        

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It looks like that but more narrow.

Post# 163220 , Reply# 8   12/24/2011 at 01:22 (4,443 days old) by hoover28 (Oneida N.Y.)        
brush re bristleing

I have used O'connor's for re bristleing some of my hoover strips and 541 brush rolls
and he is very cheap. hoover brush strip sets are 15.00 and brush rolls are 25.00 last time I had them done.

hope this helps,also look at thread # 15225 under vintage.

Chris


Post# 163221 , Reply# 9   12/24/2011 at 01:31 (4,443 days old) by hoover28 (Oneida N.Y.)        

I ment thread # 15256


Chris



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