The entire line of Miele vacuum cleaners, canisters and uprights, has earned the coveted Good Housekeeping Seal after evaluation by the Good Housekeeping Research Institute. Products that carry the Good Housekeeping Seal are backed by Good Housekeeping’s two-year Limited Warranty.
“In vacuums, HEPA filtration is key to keeping captured irritants out of the air,” states Carolyn Forte, Director of the Home Appliances and Cleaning Products Lab at the Good Housekeeping Research Institute. “But a machine’s design is a factor too, which is why we tested vacuums for overall filtration.”
According to Good Housekeeping’s September 2010 issue, lab tests showed that the Miele S7 Bolero vacuum “captured dust particles best without releasing most back into the air. It’s also an ace floor sweeper and pet-hair picker-upper. The combo of deep cleaning and super filtration means that even the most dust-sensitive can breathe easier.”
Since 1909, the experts at the Good Housekeeping Research Institute have been evaluating products to determine whether or not they can earn the Good Housekeeping Seal. Products that carry the Seal are backed by Good Housekeeping’s two-year Limited Warranty, as detailed in their Consumers’ Policy. The limited warranty reflected by the Good Housekeeping Seal means that if a product bearing the Seal is defective within the first two years of purchase, Good Housekeeping will replace the product or refund the purchase price.