Thread Number: 43583  /  Tag: Brand New Vacuum Cleaners
My opinion on the MD/Centec Vibrating Upholstery Tool
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Post# 455124   7/23/2022 at 01:49 (201 days old) by ajr2993 (Bakersfield, CA)        

It's a great tool, much better than the mini turbo power nozzles that always get clogged with hair. The tool can be used with vacuums that have a 1/4 fitting.

Post# 455127 , Reply# 1   7/23/2022 at 07:22 (200 days old) by Blackheart (North Dakota)        

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If possible could you give us a demo video? I've seen the marketing video, but I'd like to see how they work in the real world.

Post# 455150 , Reply# 2   7/23/2022 at 20:55 (200 days old) by eurekaprince (Montreal, Canada)        

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Wow! The Eureka VibraBeat nozzle rises from the ashes! The concept sounds good in theory, but the vibrating pieces block airflow.

Post# 455154 , Reply# 3   7/24/2022 at 02:27 (200 days old) by huskyvacs (Gnaw Bone, Indiana)        

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It 100% is the old VibraBeat patent come back to life. The patent must have entered public domain.

I'll give you a tip if you want to vibrate debris from your upholstery - get a rechargeable massage gun. Hold that in your left hand onto the upholstery and vacuum with your right. Same concept, better results.

Post# 455179 , Reply# 4   7/24/2022 at 22:37 (199 days old) by panasonicvac (Northern Utah)        

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That is actually a Vacumaid attachment. They've been selling those for years now. They work but I disagree that they are better than the turbo brushes, at least for the Vacuflo RugRats. My grandfather has one for his central vac system but I don't like using it.

Post# 455209 , Reply# 5   7/25/2022 at 21:40 (198 days old) by eurekaprince (Montreal, Canada)        

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It would be fun - and valuable - to have someone do a pet hair test with every powered upholstery tool on the market. Donít think I have seen that anywhere on the internet. Which one is most effective without clogging up with pet hair? Maybe that Dyson tool with the rotating discs? Maybe the Vorwerk Polsterboy? Maybe the brushless Shark with those PowerFins?

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