Miele produces a wide variety of home products, including wine storage, dishwashers, coffee makers, microwave ovens and vacuum cleaners. Available in a variety of models, Miele vacuums bear the Good Housekeeping seal and can be purchased online or in select appliance or department stores. Cleaning a Miele vacuum on a regular basis will help ensure proper performance and suction and may even extend the life of the vacuum cleaner. Always unplug and turn off the vacuum cleaner prior to performing any cleaning or maintenance tasks.
Things You'll Need
Miele brand filters
Set the vacuum upright and lift up on the release button to open the dust compartment. Pull the tab on the dust bag to remove it from the vacuum. Discard the old dust bag. Wipe down the interior of the dust compartment with a dry cloth.
Open the filter frame and lift out the old filter. Install a new filter and push gently into place. Connect the new dust bag to the nozzle. Once attached to the nozzle, unfold the dust bag. Close the dust compartment.
Open the exhaust filter compartment on the vacuum and pull the filter frame up and out to remove. Open the frame and lift out the old filter. Replace with a new "Super Air Clean" filter and close the filter frame. Slide the filter holder into position inside the vacuum and close the exhaust filter compartment.
Wipe down the exterior of the vacuum with a clean, damp cloth.
Plug the vacuum in and turn it on. Press and hold the "Reset" button until any filter change indicator lights go out. Unplug and turn off the vacuum. Store in a cool, dry place.