— Linda Cobb, Queen of Clean®
"I purchased the VaccUFlex Vacuum Attachment after searching for hours for a way to clean out the lint trap in my dryer, which had stopped fully drying clothes and was taking much longer. This product was the only one that had several sizes of flexible tubing, several sizes of possible vacuum hoses and tubing that connected together for a extended reach. Upon using the product I pulled out a half of a canister of lint and *burnt lint* from the lint trap, this after vacuuming the dryer front and back the best I could prior to finding the VaccUFlex..."
— ☆☆☆☆☆ Amazon Customer
— Safelite Auto Technician
"VaccuFlex is a must have for anyone who owns a clothes dryer. Cleaning the removable lint filter with each load is a given, but over time bits and pieces of lint end up accumulating below the filter. I heard a story recently about the potential fire risk* this can cause so I wanted to clean the area. The problem is that the slot where the lint filter fits on my dryer is very narrow and I couldn’t figure out a way to vacuum it out. VaccuFlex solved the problem. The tubing included with the VaccuFlex fits perfectly down the narrow opening. Whoa! I found quite a bit of lint, in addition to several coins, paper clips and even a small nail! Who knew all that could end up in the dryer vent! Now that I have the proper tool for the job, I’ll be able to vacuum out the lint frequently. (actual picture below)
A clogged clothes dryer is not just a fire hazard; it can also cause your energy bills to increase by requiring longer drying times and can cause the heating element and blower in the dryer to wear out faster. Cleaning your dryer vent on a regular basis can protect your home, save money and make your clothes look better."
*According to the National Fire Protection Association, from 2010-2014, U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated annual average of 15,970 home structure fires involving clothes dryers or washing machines, the vast majority of which (92%) involved clothes dryers. The leading items first ignited in dryer fires were dust, fiber or lint.
— Lori, Happy Customer
— Todd Collins, Plumber