Response 10 Brush
The Response EB-100 provides a fast effective cleaning solution for today’s homes; a move to hard floor surfaces like tile, stone, hard wood and laminate are now as common as traditional wall to wall carpet, vinyl, and linoleum. The mix of hard floor surfaces has also increased the use of area rugs, encouraging the EB-100 solution that can move freely across surfaces. It has a 10” edge to edge brushed head to create a wide cleaning path. It is to be used with the integrated telescopic wand.
Quietdrive™ V-Belt – Multi-grooved reinforced belt for continuous contact and efficient transfer of power to the brush.
Quick Wand Release – For an easy switch from carpet to hard floor, edge cleaning or above floor cleaning.
Soft Bumper – Wraps around brush to protect baseboards and furniture.
Active Brush Edge Cleaner – Guide either side of the brush along base boards or next to furniture to help remove dirt trapped at carpet edges.
The EB-100’s unique aluminum twist agitator design incorporates 3 unique cleaning materials. One to deep clean carpets and provide uniform surface grooming without the excessive wear to the carpet fibers. The second is a soft material that conforms to uneven surfaces found on stone and tile floors, making it effective at cleaning crevices in flooring. The third is designed to polish the surface as you vacuum away everyday dirt from your hard wood, parquet, vinyl or stone floors. Soft molded wheels and strategically located pads and brushes insure the EB100 will not scratch or mar your hard floor surfaces, as it cleans and polishes.
The EB100 special shutter system moves up and out of the way as one moves into tight corners solving the historical problems of cleaning baseboards, furnishings and stairs. Soft bumpers and a soft surface brushes travel with the shutter to protect wood surfaces or fine furnishing. There’s also no need to get down on your knees, as is often required with traditional vacuum tools.
The ultra-low profile of the EB-100 and double swivel neck which rotates flat to the nozzle allows the EB-100 to move into tight places and maneuver in and around furnishings. With a height of less than 2 inches, the EB-100 can pass under objects that you’d normally have to stop and move.
At only 1 pound 5 ounces, even though electrical powered, the EB-100 is the quietest powered nozzle, even when running over a hard floor surface. With the light weight, there is no vibration and you’ll feel an almost self propelled vacuuming experience, making it not only the most effective of cleaning tools but also the easiest you have ever used.
The EB-100 is a valuable upgrade to any central vacuum system and as a one-tool-fits-all home flooring cleaning solution.
THESE ARE THE WANDS TO USE WITH THIS BRUSH:
Suggested Sweeping Pattern
For best cleaning action, the powerhead should be pushed straight away from you and pulled straight back. At the end of each pull stroke, the direction of the powerhead should be changed to point into the next section to be cleaned. This pattern should be continued across the carpet or floor with slow, gliding motions.
The nozzle swivel rotates left and right for improved maneuvering in tight spaces and around corners.
To maximize the reach of the powerhead under furniture, turn the handle to either side and lower the wand close to the floor.
To clean the corners of the floor and wall press the powerhead against the wall until the shutter system is fully opened. On hard surfaces such as tile, linoleum, wood and stone it is possible to move the powerhead along the wall edge for easier cleaning. Carpet and area rugs may be more difficult.
NOTE: In order to keep cleaning efficiency high and to prevent damage to your powerhead, the agitator must be cleaned every time the belt is changed. The agitator must also be cleaned according to the following schedule.
Vacuum Cleaner Use
(used daily) Clean Agitator every week
(used 2-3 times/week) Clean Agitator every month
(used 1 time/week) Clean Agitator every 2 months
Disconnect powerhead from electrical outlet. Check and remove hair, string and lint build-up frequently in the powerhead agitator and end cap areas.
Remove any dirt or debris in the belt path area or in the brush roller area.
Carefully remove string or debris located on the agitator or end caps.[\toggle]