"On my recent service call to unclog a central vac in a veterinary hospital I used my trusty Electrolux canister vac circa 1975, and in addition, a container of Central Vacuum Tornado Power Maintenance Cloths. The vac systems I was servicing (they have three in this place) are located in the expansive FLORIDA VETERINARY SPECIALISTS PET HOSPITAL. (Check out their patient gallery) We installed these systems some years ago.
I do have a technique using the Electroux with a short hose fitted with a standard hose end. This utilizes the suction of the vac unit against the suction of my Electrolux. Using the Electrolux I removed most of the problem debris which was a conbination of (in order of extraction) two paper towels, a huge amount of per hair (go figure), and some sort of stick or toothpick. After all this there was still something left keeping the central vac from its optimum performance.That's when I pulled out the Central Vacuum Tornado Power Maintenance Cloths.I let the suction build up at the inlet by keeping my hand over the hose end. I then released the cloth into my test hose cuff, the cloth made it's distinct sound grabbing what was left in the tube, and then that final all clear "whoosh".
Now it was time to check the other inlets. I inserted one cloth into each inlet, picking up stuck and round shaped debris with it's specially textured surface.Success! All three vac units, one filtered and two cyclonic, working at top performance.
The Vet techs and Leo the maintenance tech were happy and ready to get back to work. The Tornado Power Maintenance Cloths are always in stock in our service-install vehicles.and now in many of our customer's homes."
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