Generic Vacuum Cleaner Filters to fit Miele(R) Brand Vacuum Cleaners Save up to 40% on generic alternative filters for Miele vacuum cleaners. These filters are made by other manufacturers to serve as lower cost replacements for Miele brand name filters. Scroll down the page for your style. Click a filter's link to see more information and larger pictures. Each package contains 1 filter. Also, see the Q&A at page bottom for helpful filter tips.
|How often should I change filters in my Miele vacuum cleaner? |
To maintain peak filter performance in your canister or upright vacuum cleaner, replace non-HEPA filters such as motor filters every 3 to 6 months using the filter material that comes with a package of bags. Replace HEPA filters every 12 months. Obviously, if you do more cleaning, you need to replace your filters more often.
What happens if I don't change the filters?
Your vacuum cleaner will lose suction power and eventually stop picking up dirt when the filters are dirty. Clogged filters also place extra strain on the suction motor that may cause premature motor failure and expensive repairs.
Where can I learn more about filters?
Read the article Filters Explained for more info about filter technology.
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