This product will help keep the dryer running both safely and efficiently. Dundas Jafine's ProClean Dryer Lint Removal Kit helps cut the drying time, increases the dryer's performance and reduces the risk of dryer vent fire by removing lint build up in all areas of the dryer and dryer duct. This 3 piece kit comes complete with a 10 ft. dryer duct brush, a 36 in. lint trap vent brush, and a vacuum hose attachment. The 10 ft. dryer duct brush removes lint and debris that gets built up on the inside of the duct while the 36 in. lint trap vent brush as well as the vacuum hose attachment help to deep clean the lint trap of the dryer.
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76%of customersrecommend this product25 of 33reviews
Rating Breakdown34 reviews
76%of customersrecommend this product25 of 33reviews
As others have noted, the brush head screws onto the cable attachment. The manufacturer recommends rotating the brush in both directions, which is likely to cause the brush to come off in the vent. If this happens 10 feet into the tube, it's a world of trouble. The advice to use loctite on the brush threads is right on. I removed a substantial amount of lint with this tool. It had enough flexibility to get past the bend at the beginning of my duct setup, but not the 2nd bend in the ceiling. You'll likely have to go at the ductwork from the dryer connection and the exhaust port outside.
Purchased the brush system to clean out our dryer vent tubing during a remodel. Small brush worked just fine on the dryer. The round brush used for the vent tubing also worked well, removing a surprising amount of lint.
However, be warned that if you twist the brush cable as you insert the brush, ONLY turn it clockwise. Turning it counter-clockwise will unscrew the brush and leave it in the vent tubing as I did. (sigh) After considerable effort, I was able to retrieve it, and learned a valuable lesson.
So, put some LocTite on the brush threads before using, or only turn the brush clockwise when inserting or removing it from the tube.
Duct brush is loosely screwed on. This is a serious flaw, as brush head can come off-inside the duct. Easy to remedy, by gluing on head. Are you listening Manufacturer? Snorkel tool that attaches to vacuum cleaner is folded so tight, as to render it useless, without remedy by opening and holding at full length, heating and reforming, to open fold creases. Duct brush will not go around corners. Brush shaft is too stiff to bent tightly. Plunging brush is very good. This an inexpensive kit, fair quality, limited usefulness
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use
Cons: No Instructions, incorrectly made for task features
Just had a short 5ft straight section that I stuck the brush in and pulled it out, Then I wanted to run it back in while twisting, and checked the head attachment, because I'd read the head can come off it you twists the wrong way, and the head did come off. In trying to 'screw' it back on, the fitting came out. If I had tried to use anywhere near the whole length of the tool - with any pipe turns - don't think it would work.
It will be great kit if your vent is straight however, more than one bent will not be ideal since this wire are too stiff it can't go further. I could clean only about 3' from the each end. so remaining vent are not reachable.
The brush worked fine, however the brush head fell off quickly and i had to disassemble my dryer vent pipe to retrieve it. I glued the brush back on (not with the cheap glue that it was originally attached with) and it worked fine. If you get this I would recommend that you remove the brush head before you use it, drill out the hole that the arm fits into and re-glue it (I used superglue and that worked well)
The head is not secured and unscrews as you are winding the brush up the vent to clear it out. After hours of trying different ways to get it out, we had a neighbor who had the right tools to blow it out from the top vent. Yahoo!! We used a thread locker on the head and now it works very well. I am so happy I purchased it. Customer service and shipping was very good. Thanks!!!
Pros: Durable, Sturdy, Nice Design, definitely long enough
Our dryer vent goes up through our attic and roof. We attempted to get the brush up from the bottom and put it on a drill, which for us didnt work out very well. We had to go up into the attic, remove the top of the vent, and run the brush down wire end first. Once it was to the bottom of the vent, we attached the drill and got the brush part to come down. We were able to pull out a gallon size zip lock bag of dryer lint. This was after we hired someone to do this for us at $80 and they claim they cleaned it out but obviously they didnt. Did the job great and now the dryer works the way its supposed to.
I think this product will work for a long straight dryvent run. Maybe even if it has one 90 degree turn close to access point. My dryer vent run has two 90 degree turns close to access point and as a result I could not get the cable to bend to go around the second turn. I only ordered this product for the 10 foot cable brush and I have don't used the other parts.
The fold in the vacuum attachment made it hard for lint to pass and the fold was hard to open, The vent brush was to short for my needs.The small brush worked well for cleaning roof vent. The store does sell one that did meet my needs, It has rods that you can screw together with a reach of 12ft. I needed 14ft. had to buy two. Rods not sold separate.
Product is job specific that does what it claims to do. Brush duct cleaner has excellent reach, durability and strength. Customer service was excellent from time of email notification to actual pickup.
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, Sturdy, High Quality, Looks Great, Good Size & Weight, Nice Design, perfect diy for novice home owners.
The universal fit feature of the under appliance cleaning tool does not fit any of our vacuum cleaners and is useless. We have a Hoover Wind Tunnel and two Sharks - all have male connections on the hoses. The under appliance tool also has a male connection - does not work with our vacuum cleaners.
Overall this is a good product. I have a long vent and could not get the brush to go in all the way. I ended up using my chimley rods attatched to the brush to get the job done. It took some modifications but now I'm all ready for the next time I have to clean my dryer vent.