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It appears to be plastic.
I would say it definitely is a risk. Also, when you use this, you want to be 100% sure you're pushing the lint OUT of the system, not bunching it up at the end of the pipe. In your case, I'd either buy a ladder and start from the roof or just pay a professional.
Yes I have 3 90 degree elbows one located 18 ft away and it went through without any issues
Dan, I already bought the extension. not the problem. I don't own a shop vac and I'm not going to buy one to use once. If the instruction manual had been online I would have seen that requirement. As usual, the consumer is supposed to know everything prior to purchase.
There’s a video on YouTube about this product. I bought this based on the good reviews. This is a great product
Yes they sell a 12 ft extension kit
This tool is meant to attach to a drill. Unless your shop vac has some sort of rotary attachment, you won't be able to use it with this tool.
I guess to could try it but it might not clean as well. The spinning of the brushes on the pipe really is better with the drill attached.
The answer is NO. My dry duct is about 50 feet from my dryer location to the roof making 3 90 degree turns befoe exiting in the roof.