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Drill Powered Duct Brush Kit

$19.77 /each

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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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Dimensions

Maximum compatible pipe size (in.) 
Product Depth (in.) 
96 
Product Height (in.) 
Product Length (in.) 
144 
Product Width (in.) 

Details

Construction 
Five piece 
Gas Vent Pipe and Fittings Accessory Type 
Dryer Vent 
Material 
Other 
Minimum compatible pipe size (in.) 
Product Weight (lb.) 
1.5 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
Warranty against MFG defects 

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

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I have alot of angles to the dryer duct work
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July 10, 2016
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yes. 90s
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Yes, but not sharp bends.
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May 5, 2016
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Yes, my duct has two 90 degree bends and they bent around both of them.
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April 11, 2016
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The poles included in this kit are flexible and can bend to make 90 degree turns
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For Everbilt kit PCPBHD my extension rods are not threaded so how do I attach it to a drill?

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June 14, 2016
Neither my cordless or corded drill chucks will open up enough to fit the rod end into it.
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Yes, the rod material would fit inside the chuck but not the none-threaded fitting. At the moment I am sizing down a hardwood dowel to fit inside the fitting's ID then will insert a nail/screw through the hole in the fitting's side. Regardless (unless I cut a fitting off) these rods will not work with a drill.
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June 16, 2016
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Most full size drills have a standard sized chuck that will accommodate the diameter of the rods. Unfortunately it does not sound like your drills will fit the rods and I don't believe there is a drill bit "increaser" in the market that could be used to accomplish this.
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June 15, 2016
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I have a 3/8" drill, so it wasn't a problem. You could see if they have a threaded stud that fits into the ferrule on the rod, or buy a bolt and cut off the head with a hacksaw.
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Can you add additional extentions to reach longer than 8 feet?

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May 5, 2016
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Yes, the last pole is just like the rest of them. They recommend duct taping the connections to help ensure that the poles don't come apart though.
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December 8, 2015
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Yes, I bought 2 because I needed 16 feet. Just add the rods one at a time. I found that the best way to clean it out is to run the dryer in the air only mode, and keep running the brush in and out, no more than about 2 feet at a time. Don't use too much speed on the drill.
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November 11, 2015
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Additional kits can be purchased and the rods can be added to extend the reach of this item beyond 8'
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Well this on AC Ducts

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My AC froze up.
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If you have only 4" ducts. Most HVAC ductwork is a bit bigger.
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As long as the diameter are the same size it should work fine. I would still use a shop vacuum cleaner When cleaning a AC duct
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 32 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Read Instructions 1st Great product. I have approximately 20ft of vent duct which is pieced together and held with small sheet metal screws and sealed with duct tape. There are x2 90° turns with in 4ft of each other for a continued direction zig-zag. I used x2 8ft sets from either end of duct. Make sure to use a drill for continued brush rotation for any movement in the duct. This prevents any difficulty with flexibility especially in the turns. I filled 4in in a 5gal bucket with semi-compressed lent. For use in interior spaces I recommend use of a cheap respirator mask to prevent breathing the dust. If you put too torque on the links they will snap as they are flexible. To prevent this only snake small portions and back out at a time clearing the lent at each back out. February 25, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Round, not hex connector, for drill -- and too large for my drill chuck. My two big surprises were (1) that the ends of the rod sections were round, not hex-shaped, so there would have been a big chance of slipping in the chuck, and (2) the rod ends were bigger than the chuck of my battery operated drill. So I had to invent a work-around on the spot. I used a screwdriver bit holder, which fit perfectly into the rod end, and then taped it to keep it rotating together. This solution worked OK, but I was still disappointed. Other reviewers mentioned the pole sections threading together. On the model I bought, there were spring loaded "dimple" connectors - so there was no issue with the sections falling apart. Quality is adequate, and it got the job done. Price for me was more important than high quality, so I was happy overall. July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Bends well, makes the job easy I used this recently to clean my drier vent which is about 15 feet long. My vent pipe is both aluminum and the soft mylar-type. I could not remove the access outside so I removed the entire pipe (my laundry room ceiling is exposed). I ran this brush through the vent going both ways and it thoroughly cleaned the 4" pipe. The rods bend well, even when in the softer section of the pipe. It pulled out about two big hand-fulls of lint. Anyone who cleans their own dryer vent should have one of these. June 30, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by 10 years of lint shame on us! It worked well, and you won't get the brush caught in the duct if you don't put the drill in reverse! Go gently and gradually. You'll likely need to use a channel lock on the joints to take them apart afterward, but it worked great for us and we won't wait so long next time. Fire hazard. We were lucky. Don't be like us, get 'er done. July 10, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Everbuilt Duct Brush Kit I bought two of these separately at different Home Depots. One had snap on ends. The other screw on ends. LOOK if buying more than one. The product itself works fine. July 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Stuck in vent The pole with the brush on it separated from the other poles in the middle of the dryer vent. It took me many hours to fish it out. If you choose this product, I would tape the poles together to reinforce them. July 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Everbilt "Drill Powered Duct Brush" mdl PCPBHD The ends of the rod were smooth, not threaded, and they were bigger than either my corded or cordless drill chuck would open to so I was unable to use it. Turning it by hand it wouldn't get past a second 90 degree bend. June 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Broken rod Great concept and will work fine for short, straight run. Some reviews said it could break off in the duct but I figured they didn't use it correctly. The first time I used it a rod broke and I decided right then that I wasn't going to chance that happening somewhere in a crawl space. I checked out a "linteater". Same concept, same price range, but the rods are much more flexible so I bought one and I'm happy with it. May 5, 2016
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