Long Handled Cobweb Duster

$58.00
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average rating 4.5 out of 5
Based on 4 reviews
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4 Reviews
Reviewed by Walter K.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Cobwebs Begone!!

Yes we have cobwebs. Yes we have tall ceilings. Yes, this long handled cobweb duster is fantastic!

Special note: I just rub my cobweb covered duster over a nearby hedge or bush to clean it off - easy peasy!

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Reviewed by loretta c.
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Long Handled Cobweb Duster

I love my cobweb duster

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Reviewed by Lillian
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Rated 3 out of 5
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Not the best

I love this line of brushes and this was the very first time I was disappointed. The head falls off constantly making the task annoying, I am considering glueing it on. It’s a bummer because our kids love to help with tidying and this tool is just to frustrating for them to use.

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Helen Milan

Hello Lillian, thanks for your feedback! Please see the instructions listed on the product listing. Importantly, this is not a duster that you can switch from straight to angled over and over. The option is there, but once you choose to make your duster angled or completely straight, the stick needs to be pushed into the corresponding hole firmly and not switched back and forth. If done correctly, the head should not fall off and you can generally change it a few times without any trouble. If the hole has been stripped already, you may need to fix it permanently with wood glue. Please contact us to resolve. Warmly, the Helen Milan Team

Reviewed by Alicia
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
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Long Handled Cobweb Duster

There is something to be said about the utilization of horse hair for the task of picking up cobwebs. It actually picks them up and does not smear them across the wall as does every product on the market I have ever tried for that purpose, and had given up.

Well, let me tell you how amazing this, Long handled, Horse Hair, Cobweb Duster Duster is: There are no cobwebs remaining in my home. Nor at our log cabin, logs notorious for collecting cobwebs with magical spiders who can envelope an entire cabin seemingly overnight. Be gone, I say, because for the first time in 135 years, our cabin has no cobwebs. Oh, the webs will magically appear in a few days, but no longer do we look at the webs in dismay and roll our eyes, and say, "Whose turn is it?"

Now, the "cobwebber" as we call it, is whisked out of my truck ( I take it with me and bring it home again), and I swear, the dance begins, because it is no longer a chore to de-cobweb the logs, but a funny "search and find" mission. The cobwebs are easily removed from the horse hair, a wa-la moment of satisfaction.

Hooray and thank you! So dang efficient, and who doesn't love that?

The Goat Hair duster, Helen is correct. Don't bother with that for cobwebs, as it does smoosh them and smear them along the painted wall and ceiling, but do enjoy it to keep your house dust free! It's amazing for that.

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