Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 90
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by JW A must have for DIY enthuasists
This is essential for those who want to clean gutters themselves without having to use a ladder! It is easy to assemble and you don't loose any blowing or vacuuming power as you add extensions or attachments. I did have to purchase one additional extension to reach gutters on backside of house.
October 20, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Stevo Gutter Cleaning with Wet/Dry Vac
The concept is good and the product is well made. However, attempting to remove leaves from a gutter in vacuum mode is mostly useless unless the debris is in small pieces. Whole leaves tend to simply clog the nozzle almost immediately. Blower mode will push some debris out of the gutter, but is not nearly as effective or convenient as a dedicated leaf blower with similar gutter cleaning attachment. For small gutter cleaning jobs on a low roof it may be sufficient, but hardly for an entire house of clogged gutters.
October 18, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by BOBARWI Rigid Gutter Cleaning Tool a Challenge
I would not recommend this product for a number of reasons. First there were no instructions included in the package. That said, it did not fit my 2.5 inch vacuum hose as it was the identical diameter so there was no way to connect. Since this was an on-line purchase I took it to Home Depot to get assistance. The product stumped the staff. Nobody was able to connect this to my hose or any other hose in the store. I wound up going to the plumbing department and the associate figured out a plumbing coupling that worked. Not what I expected.
August 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Cf gutter cleaning attachment for shop bac
Does not work well. The pressure from the vac blows the attachments off. Extensions are not really long enough to reach gutters from ground even on rambler. So I had to climb a ladder holding the vac to reach. That's dangerous. If you have a very low roof, its good for blowing leaves out. Does not budge sticks that may be holding the leaves in
October 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Buysalot Good Gutter Cleaning Tool
Modified attachments to fit my leaf blower and cleaned my gutters with it. I used a 15 foot length of 2 in. PVC between the blower and the attachment so I could get to the gutters on the second floor and while difficult to manuver it did a fine job of blowing all of the pine needles and other trash out of the gutters. It is raining today and he gutters are running fine now.
September 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jose An inexpensive solution to a scary problem
One corner of our house in at the max 35 feet above grade. 2 gutter drain on this corner and there is nothing to lean a ladder on to get that high up for cleaning the top of the down spout. A 16 foot ladder, the 20 feet of hose and this kit made short work of gutter cleaning.
September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SueZQ So Powerful and Easy to Use
I bought this for my husband and he's 74 years old. We have tons of leaves in our gutters with woods on both sides of us and partly behind us. He found this fit his shop vac one two three and had absolutely no problems using it. It did a fantastic job. BTW, the price is so reasonable.
September 4, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by whatever Buy this to clean your gutters! Just get it!
If you have single story gutters, then you MUST get this! If you don't have a shop vac, then get that, too. All well worth it.
I have single and two story gutters, with 9 foot ceilings inside. So, my max height was every bit of 20 feet. 20 feet was getting to be very difficult and almost ridiculous. Had to buy many extensions. But, if you are strong, then it is doable. This is how I will clean my gutters from no until I'm too weak to do it.
Single story. Easy breezy lemon peezy. There is no question about using this for single story.
I set my shop vac on vacuum, not blow. I got the single dust and mud and everything without blowing the dirt on top of my shingles and under my shingles.
I also used the nozzle for vacuum, not blow. I did cut the nozzle back to open it up a little bit, to maybe 1-1/2" diameter. This concentrates the suction so it's more powerful. Yes, the suction. Also, if something gets through the 1-1/2" diameter opening, then it's guaranteed to get all the way through the wider 2" tube and in to the shop vac without getting hung up.
Sometimes sticks and stuff get caught on the outside of the nozzle. No problem. Just lift it up a bit and rub it against the gutter. Most of the time, that takes care of it.
I did my whole house in maybe less than 2 hours.
I had to take many breaks while doing the two story section with lots of extensions. It didn't hurt. It's like the burn you feel when you work out at the gym. It wasn't a bad hurt like from lifting more weight than I should. Just tiring.
Also, I used duct tape on the sections closest to the gutter so they never come apart. I will never unhook those. I used painter's tape for the sections below that to make them rigid, and still allow them to be dissasembled.
September 13, 2016