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Do You Need Replacement Dyson DC-28 Filters?
Maybe this sounds familiar: When you got your Dyson DC-28 and powered it up for the first time, all of the dirt and debris in your home got sucked off your floors and carpets effortlessly. Now, some time has passed, and vacuuming has become a bit more difficult than you like, particularly because your DC-28 vacuum cleaner doesn’t really seem to be doing its job.
In order to ensure your vacuum cleaner is operating at optimal levels whenever you use it, it’s recommended you replace your Dyson DC-28 post filters every three to six months. If you find yourself spending a bunch more time getting your floors half as clean as you’re used to, you might want to take a look under the hood of your vacuum to see whether it’s time to replace your filters.
The good news is that replacing your Dyson DC-28 filter is extremely easy, and the results are immediate. And thanks to Crucial Vacuum, replacing your filter is now extremely affordable, too.
Say Goodbye to Middlemen
In 2008, Crucial Vacuum was founded because we didn’t think it made a whole lot of sense to have to fork over a good amount of money to buy simple replacement vacuum cleaner parts. After all, vacuum cleaners can be expensive, and rightfully so. But something like a replacement filter? There’s no reason they should be.
Unlike many of our competitors, we build and design all of our replacement vacuum cleaner components under the roofs of our own facilities. Instead of shipping them to retailers who’ll mark them up, we ship them directly to you — for free, too, if you’re in the United States.
We pride ourselves on making sure our customers are always satisfied. If for whatever reason you’re unhappy with your purchase, you can send it back to us within 30 days for a full refund — no questions asked!
If you’re looking for a Dyson DC-28 post filter, why not grab one of our washable and reusable ones today?