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How to Choose Dyson Cleaning Tools

With all the Dyson cleaning tools available it's hard to know which one is right for your cleaning tasks. In this video eSpares' Mat demonstrates our top selling Dyson cleaning tools to show you their individual unique features.

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Video Transcript:

Hi, I’m Mat from eSpares and in this video I am going to be demonstrating some of the most popular tools for the Dyson vacuum cleaner range.

First of all we have the Dyson stair tool, the red velour strips on the underside help to pick up hairs and the edge lifts the carpet piles to give you a thorough clean.

This mattress tool attachment removes dirt and dust mites from mattresses and upholstery, its wide head and lightweight design makes this type of cleaning very easy.

The Flexi Crevice tool is an invaluable Dyson accessory, it extends and flexes to clean really awkward gaps like behind radiators and its brush head means it won’t scratch paintwork too.

This is the Up Top Tool from Dyson, as you can see this allows you to easily vacuum the most awkward high up places like shelves and the tops of cupboards, the tool twists too so you can operate it at any angle you need to.

The long bristles on the Hard Floor tool prevent scratching or marking on stone or wood floors

This is an eSpares bestseller, the clear soft dusting brush, the soft bristles gently dust around most items and it’s easy to manoeuvre into narrow gaps

This tool is called Turbine Head, its ideal for removing hair and fibres from confined spaces, the rotating brush bar and bristles pick up pet hair with ease.

So there you are, and remember all these tools and vacuum spares are available on the website as well as spares and accessories for over 500 brands of home and garden appliances.

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