Model # PCPBHD

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Everbilt Drill Powered Duct Brush Kit
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Everbilt

Drill Powered Duct Brush Kit

  • Can be used from the exhaust cap connection or dryer connection
  • Flexible rod allows up to 90 degrees in movement
  • Easily cleans lint and debris from dryer ducts
$1977 /each

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Product Overview

The Drill Powered Duct Brush helps to remove lint build up and debris in your dryer duct as well as other general ducting. This brush can be used manually or attached to a drill for increased power. The brush kit includes a 4 in. of diameter brush head and four 2 ft. flexible rods that can be used to extend the brush up to 8 ft. in length.

  • Suitable for typical clothes dryer duct runs
  • Flexible nylon rods allow for up to 90 degree turns
  • Used to clean lint and debris from the dryer duct by access through the end of the dryer duct
  • Also used to clean lint and debris from the dryer duct by access through the exhaust cap on the outside of the home

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Customer Questions & Answers

how long are pole attacments?

how long are pole attacments?
Asked by: Pitboss
Each section is 2' long for a total of 8'.
Answered by: Geri1159
Date published: 2017-04-18

For Everbilt kit PCPBHD my extension rods are not threaded so how do I attach it to a drill?

Neither my cordless or corded drill chucks will open up enough to fit the rod end into it.
Asked by: OldFatDog
doesn't need much presure so put the metal end in the drill and tighten. worked fine for me
Answered by: bob
Date published: 2016-10-29

Well this on AC Ducts

My AC froze up.
Asked by: Bella
I wouldn't recommend it for anything larger than a 4" round vent pipe.
Answered by: Forestdog
Date published: 2016-12-16

are poles able to make the bends when the duct work is angled?

I have alot of angles to the dryer duct work
Asked by: frank
I pushed the poles around a single 90 degree bend with no problems. One of the poles broke when I attempted to push it past the second 90, though I was spinning it pretty fast with my drill and it was hitting a blockage that it could not break up. It probably would have made it otherwise, but I would suggest spinning the poles slowly if making multiple turns.
Answered by: Jake
Date published: 2017-04-22
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Customer Reviews

Drill Powered Duct Brush Kit is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 71.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I purchased one set and used it and was so impressed that I purchased another set so I won't have... I purchased one set and used it and was so impressed that I purchased another set so I won't have to go from the outside and then from the inside. It is a fifteen foot run with numerous bends now I can clean the full run from the outside. I put the dryer on so it blows everything out, use safety glasses, you would be surprised how dirty they get. It's so easy now I will be cleaning it out more often.
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We purchased this yesterday after watching a video on the product, and I thought it would be a go... We purchased this yesterday after watching a video on the product, and I thought it would be a good way to keep my 82 yr old hubby off the roof. I purchased a 1 1/2" 5/16 bolt at the same time and was glad I did because the pole didn't fit in either of his 3/8" drills. The 8' length was perfect for our one story home, but if you need 12', look at this product. It has 6 posts. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Everbilt-Dryer-Vent-Cleaning-Kit-DVBRUSH12K-6HD/205047060 We have always tried to clean the vent once a year, but this was so much easier and we were amazed how much lint it got out. Good product.
Date published: 2017-04-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Decent product, but not for "normal" sized drills. If you have a drill with a 10mm or 3/8" chuck,... Decent product, but not for "normal" sized drills. If you have a drill with a 10mm or 3/8" chuck, the shaft is too big for your drill. A workaround is to thread a bolt into the female end of the last rod, then cut the head off the bolt and mount that in your drill chuck...but beware, you need a metric bolt. If you're planning to do this, it's an 8mm x 1.25 pitch bolt that you need. Good luck - once it's set up this tool does what it's supposed to do and gets your 4" ducts clean.
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works well! This brush works very well. The extension rods were long enough to clean out my entire duct all the way to the outside vent. I recommend using this on low speed as you work it into the vent while pushing it forward. I would not use this with one of those flimsy, plastic pipes and would get rid of them, if you have one as they are a known fire hazard. After using this brush, I use my leaf blower to force out the loose lint that the brush didn't remove.
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Product worked great. Considered changing to 4* because, as others have noted, no way is include... Product worked great. Considered changing to 4* because, as others have noted, no way is included to attach to a normal 3/8" electric drill (tried two). But fix is very easy: Buy a 1" to 1-1/2" 5/16" bolt and cut the head off. Insert cut-off end in your drill and smooth end into the 1st rod. Since you must turn clockwise to keep rods from un-screwing, it works perfectly.
Date published: 2017-03-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The product is exactly what I expected and works well. We clean our vent annually and 80% of the... The product is exactly what I expected and works well. We clean our vent annually and 80% of the lint and dust accumulate at the top of the vent at the roof. The kit has a few short extensions, but not enough for us to go all the way. We assembled and ran the brush without the drill from both ends, ran the shop vac for everything the fell and the job was done. In our case, no drill was required because the lint and dust was lightly attached to the vent pipe. I would have given it 4 stars, but in the race to the bottom to find the cheapest manufacturer and/or parts, the threads on the extensions were extremely difficult to thread together. In fact, it took 2 pair of pliers to thread them together. It does a better job than sticking your hand inside the pipe, and it does give more peace of mine. But the downside is $20 for this kit, and the worry about finding a place for it for another year before we have to clean it out again.
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best $20 I ever spent and far cheaper than replacing my dryer venting that had been caked in lint... Best $20 I ever spent and far cheaper than replacing my dryer venting that had been caked in lint from my old fire-hazard of a dryer.
Date published: 2016-12-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Did a good job cleaning dryer vents. Can even be used manually (without drill) to do a passable ... Did a good job cleaning dryer vents. Can even be used manually (without drill) to do a passable job, but the rotary action does clean the vents better. It was a snug fit into a 3/8" chuck. I suspect that chucks may vary so it might not fit into a tighter one, although you could make an adapter from a length of threaded rod or cut-off bolt. REMINDER: during use, only run the drill in the normal direction; running it in reverse could easily cause the sections to unscrew and disassemble inside the vent.
Date published: 2017-04-07
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