Connect & CleanÂ® Cob Web Duster
It makes cleaning cob webs in high, hard to reach places easy. No need to grab a ladder. Easy to store. No need to purchase refills.
December 27, 2013
Seriously love this thing
I never thought I would get those cobwebs in my vaulted ceiling living room...and then I found this thing--genius! Now I use it everywhere--even low spaces. I only wish I had invented it!
March 19, 2013
Connect & Clean
Love this products.
Gets all those hard to reach areas that you normally
can't clean effectively.
March 18, 2013
It does the job
I did due diligence on cobweb brushes and handles as the webs I wanted gone were very high up. At first I could find the top but not the matching bottom. Suffice to say I was able to buy both on this site.
How does it work? It does the job. Is it worth the money? Probably.
I do find that the brush is fragile. The :fronds" pull out easily when sliding the brush against the wood. Doesn't disintegrate or anything but it ain't Timex. As a unit, with the pole, it gets the job done. Funny thing is after I paid $40.80 for the set I found the same thing-more or less at a local fix-it store $11.00. My pole is better. I am satisfied until I find a brush that is more durable. Be sure to buy the connect & clean high reach extension pole. Very good quality and worth the extra money.
April 29, 2012
This cobweb duster is the best!!!! A friend of mine has one and brought it into our office one day to clean the front porch ... I was blown away. I hate, hate, hate cobwebs on my house and this little helper is fantastic. With the telescoping handle I purchased with it I was able to reach up into nooks and crannies on the outside of my house that were always out of reach ...every homeowner needs one of these in their arsenal of cleaning tools!!
November 20, 2011
Spiders be Gone!
I use this effective cobweb duster around the corners of my house and my fireplace. It really is handy to use the Connect & Clean system because I don't have to get too personal with the webs. This tool is also handy outside for second floor windows.
Please note that it isn't bushy all the way around. I thought it had a more "domed" appearance in the photo. In reality only the sides can get the cobwebs. Don't rely on the top of it!
November 17, 2011