Estilo, Microfiber Ceiling and Fan Duster - Removable and Washable, 4 Section Pole That Extends up to 47 Inches
Clean ceiling fans and other hard-to-reach places without chairs or ladders. Removable and Washable.
Handle is extendable from 27 to 47 inches.
Brush fits ceiling fan blades up to 6 inches wide.
Super high quality handle and durable soft brush hair.
Thousands of fluffy fibers feature Dust Lock Adhesive that trap dust and help reduce allergens; Common inanimate allergens from cat and dog dander and dust mite matter
The Estilo Ceiling Fan Duster lets you clean ceiling fans and other hard to reach spots without dangerously climbing on chairs or ladders. The double-sided brush removes dust from both sides of the fan blades in one swoop using static electricity. Also, works great as a dust mop! Fits ceiling fan blades up to 6" wide handle easily adjusts to 27, 37, or 47 inches.
I was happy to get to try the Microfiber Ceiling and Fan Duster by Estilo. At our house, cleaning the ceiling fan always seems to get put off because it is so difficult to get up there to clean the blades, so this is something I was ready to use as soon as I opened the box. The duster comes in several parts that are very simple to to put together, no tools are necessary. I screwed each piece of the pole together in no time at all. I then gave the mop head a bit of spin to charge of the static electricity and slipped the duster through the ceiling fan blade. It fit very well and with a few swipes back and forth, the blade was clean. I continued on to all 5 blades and found that this ceiling fan duster works very well for its intended purpose. I love that I do not have to get on a ladder, stool or chair to reach the ceiling to dust. Our 6 yr old is holding the duster on the ceiling fan blade in my blog photos and she can easily reach the ceiling fan with the long duster pole.
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