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Dundas Jafine ProClean Dryer Lint Removal Kit
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Dundas Jafine

ProClean Dryer Lint Removal Kit

  • 3 piece kit helps keep dryer running efficiently
  • Includes dryer duct brush, lint trap brush and vacuum attachment
  • Helps cut dryer drying time
$17.41 /each

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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.

  • 10 ft. dryer duct brush removes lint and debris that gets built up on the inside of the duct
  • 36 in. lint trap vent brush as well as the vacuum hose attachment helps to deep clean the lint trap of the dryer
  • Vacuum attachment works with any standard vacuum or shop vacuum
  • Works in tight spaces

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Customer Questions & Answers

can i use this on flexible dryer hose and will it make a 90 degree turn

Asked by: frankthefixer
Yes. The brush shaft is very flexible and your can also insert the brush through the vent duct cap.
Answered by: Charlie
Date published: 2017-01-10

Brush Diameter

What is the diameter of the brush? Some of these seem too small for the dryer vent hose or the duct up the wall.
Asked by: NeedInfo
The big brush for the actual ductwork is 4" dia. The small brush for the lint screen well is about 1 1/4' tapering down to about 1/2".
Answered by: Buck
Date published: 2016-07-06

can i attach two lengths together or can i attach a snake/fishwire to the end

Asked by: tim
You can attach an additional flexible fish tape or shaft to the brush. Just make sure where you make the attachment is a secure connection and one that will allow the tool to still make a 90 degree turn freely. You don't want to have to "fish" a tool out of the duct.
Answered by: Charlie
Date published: 2017-01-10

is this tool capable of pushing a Bird's Nest out of an overhead Exhaust Vent?

Asked by: UghBirds
The results would depend on where the bird's nest is situated inside the duct, how large it is, etc. For increased power, ensure the brush kit is attached to a drill and not used manually.
Answered by: Dryer Venting Educators
Date published: 2016-04-13

How long is the reach of this brush?

Asked by: willi
The length of the shaft is 10 feet. If you disconnect the duct from the dryer you can clean 10 feet in that direction. By inserting the brush at the duct vent cap end you can clean a total of 20 feet easily.
Answered by: Charlie
Date published: 2017-01-10
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ProClean Dryer Lint Removal Kit is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 52.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works Well if used Wisely 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.
Date published: 2013-08-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Be careful 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.
Date published: 2014-11-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This was just what the doctor ordered! Drying time is back to normal now. A 40-minute cycle was ... This was just what the doctor ordered! Drying time is back to normal now. A 40-minute cycle was taking upwards of an hour before cleaning the dryer using this kit. We are back to 40 minutes. Be careful when unfolding the flat tube. Warm it gently with a hair dryer or in front of a heater vent, then slowly unfold to prevent damage.
Date published: 2017-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good product that is easy to use and effectively cleans the dryer vent duct. Use a leaf blower to... Good product that is easy to use and effectively cleans the dryer vent duct. Use a leaf blower to provide extra air movement while using the product and you get a really clean duct.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product is very helpful for hard to reach areas and where you have a lengthy duct work. This product is very helpful for hard to reach areas and where you have a lengthy duct work.
Date published: 2016-11-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Diy It cleans ok but it is not very flexible so corners are a pain
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked fantastic! Worked fantastic!
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from worked fine but brush fell off 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)
Date published: 2011-09-20
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