Universal Vacuum Cleaner 32mm Floor Tool

Stock Number: ES470542

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Will this part fit my appliance?

This product is compatible with:

  • Vacuum Cleaners with wands/hoses of a 32mm external connection - please see the description

Description

Universal Vacuum Cleaner 32mm Floor Tool

If your current vacuum cleaner is not performing to its usual standards, don't panic buy a new appliance. There's no need when you could pick up a simple tool from eSpares. This is a compatible vacuum cleaner floor tool, which is perfect for cleaning wooden and laminate floors. Your home will spotless time and time again with this tool!

Specification:

  • Fits externally to 32mm vacuum hoses & extension tubes
  • Black

This is a compatible spare suitable for most vacuum cleaners.

Please make sure your vacuum cleaner has a 32mm external fit onto the hose/extension tube before ordering this part.

How to replace a Henry floor tool

This video should help with fitting this part. However, the exact layout and fitting technique may differ for your make and model.

Be safe - always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work on it.
If you are in any doubt contact a qualified repairer.

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Rated 4.4 out of 5 (224 customers)
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  • Very good purchase

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    Very good value, easy ordering and very fast delivery
  • Just the Job

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    By - Huddersfield

    A perfect replacement for my (at least 25 years) old Henry vacuum cleaner head. If you're having difficulty removing your old one, keep twisting it this way and that.
  • Good Until it Welded Itself to the Tube

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    By - London

    I bought this probably about a year and a half ago for my Miele as the original head broke. It was good replacement and worked well, although the fit to the metal tube was snug, so getting it on and off wasn't as easy as the original. Then, last week I needed to take the head off but found it was well and truly stuck on. Several people tried, but to no avail. In the end, holding the floor tool down with my feet and pulling/twisting the metal tube resulted in the floor tool coming apart completely, with the black plastic connecting section still stuck to the tube. In the end I had to chisel it off! For the price and a year and a half of regular use, I am not complaining. Considering that the miele spare floor tool is eye wateringly expensive, I still think this is a worthwhile alternative.

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  • Q HVr 200-A2 Henry Vacuum 1 Answer

    I have bought a new Vac as above. The Floor tool drags the carpet.It has a plastic base. Is the steel one better please.

    By Paddy - Yorkshire - 04 October 2014

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      The biggest cause of the problem is the suction sticking the head to the carpet. By using a Turbo type tool this will reduce the problem. Search Universal Turbo Floor Tool for alternatives.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 06 October 2014

  • Q hi, do you sell this floor tool with weels on? 1 Answer

    hi, i have a Nilfisk vacuum cleaner with a strong suction and i bought the above tool from you but my wife has a bad back and cant use it on carpets can you supply one or get one for her . thank you . best regards. BR.Davis urgent

    By bryan - bristol - 27 June 2014

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      The metal base of the tool will allow it to easily glide over carpets. However if your cleaner has a powerful suction this then makes moving the tool a lot harder. Most vacuum hoses have a adjustable air inlet by the handle. By opening this you can reduce the suction and make the tool easier to manoeuvre. Wheels tend just to hold the tool away from the surface.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 27 June 2014

  • Q how do i remove worn floor tool to replace with new? 1 Answer

    By Orlala - 04 August 2010

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      with a bit of muscle or a good man

      By Suze - East Sussex - 16 December 2010

  • Q is this for wet or dry use - ie can it be used to shampoo the carpet? 1 Answer

    By silkyshark - 21 October 2009

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      This part is for dry use, as you would with a standard floor tool.

      By eSparesToby eSpares Staff - 02 February 2010