|Product Depth (in.)||1.57 in||Product Height (in.)||27.38 in|
|Product Width (in.)||1.57 in|
|Appliance Category||Appliance Parts||Appliance Type||Part/Accessory|
|Brand Compatibility||Universal||Compatible Appliance Type||Refrigerator|
|Hardware Included||No||Model Compatibility||All|
|Part Type||Other||Refrigerator Part Type||Brush|
A: The brush itself is approx 20 inches long.
A: The bristle is 19". The handle is 7".
A: Overall length of this refrigerator cleaning brush is 27-inches long (from tip of handle to tip of cleaning end). Brush length from where bristles begin to end is 20-inches!
A: The handle is 7". The brush is 20". There is a 1/2" rubber protective cap at the end of the brush. Total length is 27 1/2".
A: The portion of the brush which has bristled measures 19”; include the rubber coated tip, and you get 19 1/2”; include all of that and the handle, and it is 26 1/2”.
A: The brush is 20 inch long without the handle
A: The brush is 27.38 inches long.
A: As per Quickie..27”
A: 27" long total, brush is 20" with the handle at 7"
A: Including the handle, it's 27". I was very disappointed with the product, as it's too thick to properly fit under my refrigerator.
A: Less than 1/4 inch. Good thing is it's bendable, so you can fashion the shape to curve it behind first row of coils and get second row.
A: Core is 3/16, but bristles are fairly stiff, I would be afraid of bending something by trying to push the 6 in. tip between anything less than 5/8 and 1 in. on the rest of it. (Tip is approx. 1 in. dia. and the rest 1 1/2.
A: The core is just heavy wire holding the bristles. It should fit easily between the coils and under the fridge as well.
A: 3/8 inches just to be "safe"
A: The core is twisted wire and just under 1/4 inch diameter approximately. The way my fridge coils are this doesn't get to the back coils real well but it's better than not having it. And I use it for other cleaning jobs at times.
A: I'm not sure what you mean by a cool traditional radiator. But it is a versatile brush for many applications. I've used it for cleaning out my car radiator. It is nothing more than plastic bristles that are bound by a spiral wire. I don't see why it couldn't be of some use for any type of radiator.
A: I do not see why not. The bristles are flexible and not stiff. I found the brush easy to clean afterwards.
A: Definitely can be used to clean old steam heating radiators. When the brush gets filthy and unsightly you then wash them out with soap and hot water thereby extending their life further. Prior to throwing them out I will then use them for a "last time" clenaing out automobile radiators and ac condensers
A: I doubt it.
A: Thank you for your question. This brush should work fine on your radiator. Please be sure to test a small area before using the brush on the entire object.-Quickie
A: Since the bristles are flexible and on the soft side, I think you definitely could. It is easy to clean afterwards too.
A: Yes, this model can be used for coils.
A: yes you can! Home heating steam radiators, vehicle radiators , condensor and evaporator coils, even your home clothing dryer vents
A: Thank you for your question regarding the Homepro Refrigerator Brush. This brush was designed specifically for refrigerators. We suggest you consult your air conditioner manual for cleaning recommendations or contact the manufacturer.
A: Only if you can get to it. This brush would not fit through the narrow grid of metal wires that connected the cooling coils of a refrigerator, which on my unit were about 3/16" apart or less.