George has been built around the familiar design of a Henry and is therefore very simplistic yet robust in construction. He comes supplied with a comprehensive instruction manual explaining the various operations that he can carry out. There are some very simple things to remember to ensure that you get the most from your machine though, these include.
Ensuring the wet float assembly is in place for any applications using water and any cleaning solutions are “low foaming”.
Ensuring the Dry filter is in place for non-water based tasks and using a bag with George when being used dry.
The reason most people purchase a George vacuum is for his carpet cleaning abilities, but he really is capable of a lot more than just carpet cleaning.
He is primarily an “injection extraction cleaning machine” or carpet and upholstery cleaner if you prefer, and this is the reason most people buy him (who does not like nice clean home carpet). The included accessories provide everything (including the cleaning solution) so that carpets can be relieved of their staining and given a good quality deep clean.
The GVE370 also comes supplied with a full dry kit, allowing for “normal” daily dry vacuum cleaning to be carried out like a normal dry cleaner.
With the smaller hand tool you can shampoo seats and carpets in the car, and ensure that everything is cleaned through. Once done you can use the soft dusting brush and the dry filter to get all dust out of air vents, dashboard crevices and other pockets and corners.
Hard floors can also be cleaned using a similar method to carpet cleaning. This allows you to scrub tiles, and other wet cleanable surfaces and suck the dirty water up, rather than just mopping it around.
The wet float assembly (included) in place George can suck up water just as well as he can dry deposits.
|Country of Manufacture||United Kingdom|
|Weight Display||8.4 KG|