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Dryer Vent Cleaner Kit -(30-Feet) Innovative Lint Remover Reusable Strong Nylon| Flexible Lint Brush with Drill Attachment for Faster Cleaning

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The dryer vent cleaner kit brush is made from Nylon NOT Plastic like all the others. The (23) attachment rods screw together with ease
SUITABLE FOR PIPES IN ALL SHAPES/SIZES: Many dry vent hose cleaners only work on straight vents/pipes. Our pipe brush is 4 inches wide and can quickly extend to 30 feet. It will slither around corners and turns effortlessly.
ATTACH TO A DRILL FOR FASTER CLEANING: Every dryer vent duct cleaning kit comes with a drill attachment so you can take your vent cleaning to the next level. Hook it up to a power drill and have a spot-free vent in minutes.
DIRTY DRYER VENTS CAN BE A DISASTER: Regularly cleaning your dryer vents can prevent house fires and also save you loads of money on your energy bill. With this air duct cleaning tool, you’ll never put this task off for another day again!
100% SATISFACTION IS ALWAYS GUARANTEED: Your search for the best lint trap cleaning tool is officially over. You’ve tried the rest, now buy the best. Every order comes backed by an Unconditional 30-Day Money Back Guarantee. Product packaging may vary.

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Handle Material: Plastic. Item Dimensions LxWxH: 3.4 x 4 x 16.5 inches. Brand: Smart House Inc. Date First Available: May 25, 2020. Best Sellers Rank: #7,223 in Health & Household. Customer Reviews: 4.4 out of 5 stars 3,408 ratings 4.4 out of 5 stars. Item model number: 609301089198. ASIN: B0885WWXZQ. Manufacturer: Smart House Inc. Item Weight: 1.94 pounds. Product Dimensions: 3.4 x 4 x 16.5 inches.

Specification: Dryer Vent Cleaner Kit -(30-Feet) Innovative Lint Remover Reusable Strong Nylon| Flexible Lint Brush with Drill Attachment for Faster Cleaning

Weight 1.94 lbs
Dimensions 3.4 × 4 × 16.5 in

11 reviews for Dryer Vent Cleaner Kit -(30-Feet) Innovative Lint Remover Reusable Strong Nylon| Flexible Lint Brush with Drill Attachment for Faster Cleaning

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  1. Melissa Pierson

    I rarely write reviews these days, as people are either paid to do so (and I am not) or they are fake (this is not). Anyway…I am leaving this review because a family member recently had a house fire due to dryer lint. They are ok, thank goodness, but thousands of dollars in repairs and aggravation galore. So, I started to become more aware of the seriousness of this matter. My last house had a dryer that backed to an outside wall so there was not need to do anything bu occasionally disconnect the dryer hose and dust the 8 inch tube to the exterior. Easy. Fast forward to my newly built home of about a year and a half. While building it, I actually took a pic of the dryer vent as I knew I would have to deal with dryer lint-ugh!. The dryer vent pipe is approx 25 feet in total and at about the 10 foot mar it takes about a 115 degree turn. So, about 3 months ago we noticed chunks of dryer lint outside of our house and some coming out of the roof vent. We decided to take our leaf blower and from the inside we stuck it up the dryer lint pipe-we put a towel around it to help with air leaks and kept the blower on for maybe 2 minutes, while we watched a few chunks fly our the roof vent. I knew that the lint was still stuck on the side walls of the vent and this bothered me, but I was just happy to remove a portion of the lint and keep the air flow moving to prevent a fire. Then I started googling and found companies that clean these vents…$150 on up depending on length of vent. No Thanks! I then saw these diy flexible vent cleaning kits. I read tons of reviews and event put the reviews thru the scam review programs. This one came up decent. So, I took a chance and purchased the 30 foot kit, to be sure that it was long enough to get all the way to the roof. We disconnected our dryer hose and moved the dryer out of the way. Things you’ll need-drill, pair of pliers (as the connections get super tight as you use it). We opted to put a small piece of duct tape around each fitting, as I have read that if you do something wrong the sections can disconnect and get stuck in the pipe. We slowly sent up 1 section at a time until we felt it hit the roof (it stopped advancing). it took is 19 sections to get to the top. The thing that you have to do is when determining the direction of the drill, it is the direction that tightens the rods. and ONLY use this one direction the ENTIRE time it is in the vent pipe. If you put the drill in the other direction, the sections and brush will disconnect and get stuck. If you do it the right way, you don’t even need the tape that we used for extra precaution as the connections tighten so much that you will need the pliers to separate them. Once we got to the top we spun it and started to take out one section of connectors at a time and spun in between each removal until we had them all removed. As you can see, we did not have a lot of lint. That is the lint that was stuck to the pipes as we blew our vent out a few months before. I plan to do this at least once a year. It takes about an hour. I feel great knowing that I can easily clean out that long pipe and prevent a fire. After we finished removing the last section, we did take our outdoor blower and blow out the vent again. There was some more lint that blew out that was loosened from the pipe walls, but had not come out with the tool. So, that was just an extra final push of whatever was remaining. I hope my long review wasn’t too boring. My main comment would be, make sure you use drill in the direction that tightens the rods the entire time the rods are in the vent. That is the only way I can see this failing is if you use the drill in the wrong direction.Read more

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  2. Tina P

    On our first use, one of the rods broke lose from its connector inside the vent tube leaving the brush and 7 feet of rods unreachable. Had to crawl under the house and disconnect vent lines to remove it. Can’t imagine the headache if the line were inside our wall!Read more

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  3. Valerie B

    This really worked. Our house was built in 2006 with a freakishly long dryer vent pipe that runs from the center of the house to the outside (approx 32′). I got the 30′ to make sure I could clean the entire pipe. I don’t think the pipe had ever been cleaned before, and it certainly wasn’t cleaned in the 4 yrs we’ve been in the house. It was awful. This product is made for maintenance cleaning. We had to use a shop vac and an auger and some additional cleaning tools in order to get it all cleaned out. The product works really well when your drill is in forward. If you get the idea to put the drill in reverse, you have made a critical error. Do NOT do that. That created a lot of extra work because the brush plus about 7′ of rod came off inside the pipe far under the house. I’m having trouble unscrewing the individual pieces to store the product now that I’m done. That’s why I gave it 4 stars. Other than that, 5 stars all the way. Thank you for helping me to not burn my house down due to lint build up!!!Read more

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  4. Julie Denardis

    This product worked great. I have a corrugated flexible drier vent that I needed to use around 26’ of extension rods to reach the entire vent. In my case I fed the brush through adding extension rods till I reached the full length of vent. I then positioned an electric leaf blower in the vent tube on the dryer side ( blowing air out the house same direction as the drier blows). With the blower on I went outside to the other end of the vent and proceeded to run the brush with drill in a bag and forth motion about 32” or 2 extension rod lengths. I then removed 2 rods and repeated this process until I had retrieved the brush out of the vent. The extension rods seem to self tighten when in use so having a couple of pairs of pliers to loosen the rods when separating is helpful. I like that the rods self tighten, giving peace of mind that the brush or rods won’t become unattached and stuck in the vent.Read more

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  5. JB

    This worked great to clean out my dryer vent. I pulled out 3 gallon bags full of wet lint from my vent. I had cleaned it with another product 6 months earlier and it didn’t pull much out. This product pulled everything out and now my Dryer no longer puts up the Dryer Vent red light. A red light was coming on where it said Dryer Vent about half way through a cycle, so I cleaned out the 14’ vent from both sides and I filled 3 gallon sized bags of lint, most of it was wet. I think the competing product failed to scrape off the lint stuck to the walls of the vent. I’ve never in 30 years pulled this much lint out of the vent.Read more

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  6. Mini Schnauzer Lover

    The ad says 30 ft; the box says 20 ft. Mine had 23 extensions that each give 15.75″ extension for just over 30 ft total length. Seller should put a “30ft” sticker over the 20 on the box to avoid misplaced buyer disappointment. Great quality, very strong, looks like it will last a long time. Just don’t lose the little end that goes into your drill chuckRead more

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  7. LaserSailor

    I used this to clear a 25′ length of dryer duct. Overall it worked well and removed a lot of lint and left the ducting clear. You need to run it up and down the length of the duct many times to clear the tube properly, the stuff just kept coming out! The one problem that I had was that is very difficult to separate the rod sections. Because of the rotation with the drill the sections over-tighten and I had to use two sets of grips to separate the rods. This slows the whole process of cleaning a lot. I think that if each section had a small rubber/plastic washer at the top of the threat, it would make separating the rods easier by hand. Overall it worked well and did the job I bought it for – much cheaper than hiring someone to do it. I am just going to buy some small washers before I use it again to help with rod separation.Read more

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  8. Dana K

    The advertisement said it was 30 feet of attachments. When received it is only 20 feet.Read more

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  9. G. Clarke

    Our new dryer ran a program that indicated the dryer vent required cleaning. A neighbour’s home burnt to the ground due to a plugged dryer vent fire, so I was right on it. Dryer vent cleaning can be expensive, so I purchased this little gem. It was value for money and I can use it anytime. Easy to use and works like a charm. I couldn’t believe how much lint came out. As flexible as this device is, it cannot handle two 90 degree bends close together. If you have this too, you must work the brush from both the inside out and the outside in. But it’s a small inconvenience. After running the brush through, run the dryer empty to blow the lint out from the duct.Read more

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  10. Amazon Customer

    I bought this product because of the price point and all the good reviews. I started cleaning and assembling the rods and everything was going well. I was ready to remove the brush and take the rods apart. I slowly started pulling the brush out and according to all the YouTube videos, the rods should unscrew easily. That DID NOT HAPPEN. I skipped the first rod and went to the next but that would’nt unscrew either. I slowly pulled out more but none of the rods would unscrew. I’ve tried using pliers, wrenches but I gave up for the moment. I’m waiting for my partner to be free so he can do it together. Buyer beware. I thought I was saving time and money but now I’ve wasted 3 hours trying to remove and unscrew these rods.Read more

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  11. shannon

    Simple to use, as long as you remember to not put the drill on reverse. Got our ducts completely cleaned out and we are no longer receiving the flow sensor message on our dryer. Well worth the money however we only used 20 feet of the extensions. Any longer would have been difficult as the joints tighten up and cause a lot of torque on the drill. We ended up cleaning the vent from inside as well as going through the exterior vent to reach the entire duct. We used a leaf blower to make sure all of the loose lint was cleared up. Overall very satisfied with the price vs what the cost would have been to hire someone.Read more

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