Question about Washing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi there SmartAlec from NelsonVacuums.com.au here. I am a nilfisk vacuum agent and although i havent actually worked on one exactly the same as yours there are no Nilfisk with any kind of washable filters at all. I think you will have to replace it. If you are in Australia i can check out the cost of replacement filters for you just drop me an email with the exact model number.
Hope this helps.
Happy Vacuuming :)
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
Not sure what a bacteria smell is perhaps you mean a mildew type smell.
If you have picked up something wet, start at the front of the vac and work your way to the exhaust.Change the front most filter first. Baking soda may help to eliminate some of the odor.
Personally as an allergy suffer, which you may be given the Brand I would remove all and let them and the tank air outside. Meanwhile install a fresh set.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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