Vacuum Cleaner Replacement Parts and Accessories for Hoover, Dyson, Etc

As an indispensable aid to maintaining your home, a vacuum cleaner is the ultimate household appliance for removing dust and dirt. View more

Types of spare parts Vacuum cleaner

All spare parts Vacuum cleaner

ELECTROLUX, TORNADO, PHILIPS, AEG
H12 Hepa filter for ELECTROLUX / TORNADO vacuum cleaners Retains over 99.5% of particles up to 0.15 microns such as dust, dust mites, spores,...
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7,90 €
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ROWENTA
X-TREM POWER CYCLONIC filter kit for ROWENTA vacuum cleaners
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18,80 €
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ROWENTA
Hepa filter for ROWENTA vacuum cleaners
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8,30 €
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ELECTROLUX, AEG
Complete ULTRAONE controller handle for AEG / ELECTROLUX vacuum cleaners
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17,80 €
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ROWENTA
Hose connection for ROWENTA vacuum cleaners
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3,60 €
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ROWENTA
Handle (with small brush) for ROWENTA vacuum cleaners
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9,90 €
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MIELE
Telescopic wand for MIELE vacuum cleaners 2-part wand
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39,80 €
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PHILIPS
12cm EASYCLEAN cylinder filter for PHILIPS vacuum cleaners Height: 12 cm Following modifications by Philips, the original 9.5cm filter has been...
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10,80 €
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DYSON
Pre motor filter for DYSON vacuum cleaners
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6,80 €
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DYSON
Pre motor filter for DYSON vacuum cleaners
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18,80 €
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ROWENTA
SILENCE FORCE EXTREME 2-position brush for ROWENTA vacuum cleaners
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20,80 €
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ELECTROLUX, TORNADO
Box of 5 microfibre bags for ELECTROLUX / TORNADO vacuum cleaners
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5,90 €
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As an indispensable aid to maintaining your home, a vacuum cleaner is the ultimate household appliance for removing dust and dirt.

In order to keep your vacuum cleaner performing beautifully, it is essential to maintain it. Don't wait, for example, for your bag to fill to bursting before changing it. Also check that you clean the HEPA filters and then change them about every 6 to 12 months (depends on the model). To finish off, regularly remove the dirt that accumulates on your vacuum cleaner's brush (hair, threads, dust, etc.).

It can happen that parts of your vacuum cleaner wear out with use. If your appliance won't switch on any more, you may want to check the state of the roller and power cable. If it's not sucking anything up any more, the bag may be full, the hose may be clogged or the motor might have broken down due to sucking up too many fine particles (plaster, cement, etc.).

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