Used once and it works fine.
I really like this brush and it works very well to do rugs that don't lend well to shaking. I like the fairly wide size also.
Sometimes it does not pick up the small stones on the floor, but that could be my system, it is getting old.
I've learned to slow the back and forth to pick up larger debris. Love the side pick up capability, works well on dust bunnies. It's a bit taller than the old brush so does not fit under some of the furniture as well...a minor inconvenience. Most importantly it stays on the wand. The old one fell off while vacuuming.
I have used the brush only once, and it is satisfactory so far, but I think the light color will show dirt, scratches, and smudges easily, and I would use a dark color if I made it.
Works well. very lightweight. The wheels on the sides help it glide over the floor easily. I use it mostly for wood and tile floors and I have a few small area rugs. It works very well on all surfaces.
Very easy to push, gets a little squeaky after a few uses.
So much nicer for the wood floor than the combo unit that came with the vacuum. Only issue is that is pushes the cat litter around a little bit until it can get through the brushes. I kind of expected that so its no big deal. Also have to hand remove the dust/hair that gets stuck on the brushes, but again that was expected. Much better than what I had and a lot quicker to vacuum the floor.
I like this brush better than the old one we have, that doesn't have wheels or clearance from the ground. The fact that this one has some clearance means that you don't have to tilt it to get certain debris to be vacuumed up. The wheels make it slide around on the floor more quickly.
We have a double-coated dog who sheds tons of hair. I still have to stop and pull the hair off the bristles when I vacuum, but not as often as I did with my other one.
This works very good for pet hair but will not pick up other things. (MD NOTES: Please check the power of your suction using this guide www.builtinvacuum.com/flowchrt.html.)