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SEBO POWER BRUSH MACHING

My husband visit Germany end of September 08 - I want a Sebo power brush machine. I am not sure what to call the machine but you need it after you covered your carpets with the Sebo powder (to clean the carpet). The machine you use to bruch (or work the powder) into the carpets - you leave until dry and thereafter you vacuum with a vacuum cleaner. I know you find Sebo vacuum cleaners but you also find those machines (got roller brushes) looks like a vacuumcleaner. Where can he find one for me he's coming to hanover to the truck show. He will come to Germany regularly and I love to use Sebo products - it is the best. Please can you assist me. Regards Ina Greeff (email: ina@beckbou.com)

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  • inag May 11, 2010

    Actually I do not have a problem - I need to find out where I can find a supplier for the Sebo Machine (not a vacuum cleaner) but the machine to use to brush the Sebo duo-p (chemical) powder into the carpet (for the cleaning process). Is there somebody who can tell me, please. Thank you.

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Greetings from GoVacuum,

I wanted to show you where you are able to purchase this great product. I do sell this exact product on our website. If you haven't purchased the unit yet, let me know, I can offer you free shipping.

The product you are asking about is sold here;
http://www.govacuum.com/seducacl.html

This is an excellent machine, I personally have this machine, and I have been extremely pleased with
the way my carpets look after using it.

GoVacuum.com

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    Chris Jones May 12, 2010

    We actually do carry the full line of Sebo Vacuum Cleaners, including the Sebo Duo-P dry Carpet Cleaner, which uses the powder. Here's a link back to that product on our website, GoVacuum.com,

    http://www.govacuum.com/seducacl.html



    We have great policies that allow you to really try out the machine in your home, on your own dirty carpets, risk free. If you have any further questions, or would like to place that order, please feel free to contact me directly at 1 866 GOVACUUM, I'm always more then happy to answer any questions.

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