A: No. the brush does not come with a handle. You can purchase a pole extension handle separately.
A: Hi Xavier! The gutter guard brush doesn't come with the extension pole. We offer the Free Gutter Guard Brush when you register your warranty online here https://www.gutterguard.com/registration/. Once completed an email confirmation will be sent to you with a coupon code and link to get the Free Gutter Guard Brush (shipping and handling not included). You will then have an option to add the extension pole when placing the order for the free brush.
A: Hi, You just screw this special brush on the end of any standard extension pole. If you are using our Telescoping extension pole you need to make sure that the 3 sections of the extension pole are fastened or secured to avoid the brush from spinning. Please call us at 877-662-5644 for more information.
A: Righty tighty, lefty loosey.
A: The threads on your pole are probably not cut right. However, put some tape on the threads and then tighten it. That should keep the brush on the pole.
A: Hello, thank you for reaching out to us. I'm sorry to hear you are having some trouble with your brush. We'd be happy to send you a replacement, all we will need is your address. Please feel free to email us at email@example.com or give us a call at 877-662-5644.
A: It has to be put on at an angle. Reset it in the hole and this would be an easy solution to your problem. Sometimes if there is resistance in the cleaning, I have to turn it sideways and tighten. Also, you could put a piece of thin plastic to decrease the hole size wrapped tightly on the pole end. Anything will work from a piece saran wrap or a piece of a sandwich bag. Hope this helps.
A: I have the same problem, and I have some ideas how to fix it, but haven't yet found a 100% solution. The thing that helps most is to try and brush in a right to left direction, so that it tends to try and tighten instead of loosening. It feels like that's going backwards, but it does help, even if it isn't always comfortable or convenient to go the "wrong" way. I've considered trying to make a jam nut out of a slice through the threaded area of an unused attachment, but haven't yet. I wish such a thing was available off the shelf, but I haven't been able to find one. I've also considered drilling a hole through the brush and pole, across the threads, and putting a screw or pin in it. And I've considered using epoxy to permanently attach the brush to one of my poles, but the brush will wear out before the pole making a "permanent" solution seem like an expensive bad idea. It might also be possible to drill a hole into the end of the threaded part of the pole, along the axis of the pole, then add a short lag screw with a big washer to keep the thing tight and in place, but that depends on how the threaded end of the pole is made. I probably will eventually try it. You can tell from the thought I've put into it that you aren't alone in having the problem. It is ANNOYING!
A: I have not had any problem with my brush as you described. I would think most likely that your pole does not match the threads well, threads worn out on pole or improper installation of pole. I would first try another pole. I would also suggest that you cut a 1inch strip of paper or fabric and wrap around the pole threads and then tighten. You might have to adjust the size of the strip to wrap around threads. This should make it harder to loosening up. You could also take it back to where you bought it and have them check it out. brush for defects.
A: Yes, standard 3/4-6. I can use any of my poles.
A: Yes, just like a standard broom handle. Fits all extension handles.
A: Thanks for reaching out to us. This brush has a universal thread and will work with any extension pole.
A: Works just as advertised
A: I don't know if it is 3/4" for sure, but it does fit a standard painter's pole, just like a paint roller.