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Ceiling Fan Duster (23930)

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  • TAG : High Reach Cleaning Kit includes 10-ft
  • As best shown in , a fan blade cleaning tool 10 according to a first embodiment comprises a box-shaped housing having first and second openings 14, 16 on opposing sides with a passage extending therebetween for receiving a fan blade B. A dust gutter 18 extends outwardly from, and adjacent to, first opening 14.

    A dusty ceiling fan can damage the motor. Dust can fly around whenever you turn it on, too. Some people can reach their fan with a step stool or small ladder, but even that can be a hassle. There are ceiling-fan cleaning tools that have an extension pole, but why buy a tool when you can use items you already own?

  • is a perspective view of a fan blade cleaning tool according to a first embodiment of the present invention, with a fan blade positioned within a housing of the tool;

    The present invention is directed to a fan blade cleaning tool having a box-shaped housing. The housing has first and second openings on opposing sides, with a passage extending therebetween for receiving a fan blade. A dust gutter extends outwardly from, and adjacent to, the first opening.

  • Various designs for fan blade cleaning tools have been developed. Some conventional designs include a cleaning head having a tubular cleaning cloth secured between two prongs. The cleaning head is attached to a handle. Other designs include an arm extending perpendicularly from one end of the handle, with a cleaning cloth or brush secured to the arm. Such designs are difficult to maneuver onto or around the fan blade, and often fail to adequately clean the fan blade.

telescoping pole of stronger steel, plus 8 great attachments

In accord with the invention a fan blade cleaning tool is provided which includes a cleaning element removably mounted within a housing, the element having interior surfaces defining a centrally disposed passageway aligned to frictionally engage an outer surface of a fan blade for removing debris therefrom. An elongated handle is affixed to the housing for moving the cleaning element over the length of a fan blade to substantially clean the entire fan blade. Preferably the element is formed from a deformably resilient material with the passageway extending from an inlet end portion to an exit end portion. The inlet end portion is vertically and horizontally tapered from a wide open inlet end to an interior in which the vertical tapering terminates, and the passageway thereafter is tapered only in the horizontal direction to its exit end portion. The passageway also has a decreasing transverse width from its inlet to its exit. Other aspects include the provision of an improved cleaning tool wherein the passageway includes an inlet defined by a pair of oppositely disposed and facing trapezoidal surfaces with a first surface declined rearwardly from a horizontal plane and a second surface inclined rearwardly from a horizontal plane, and a pair of oppositely disposed trapezoidal upright walls connected longitudinally along their respective upper and lower edges to the trapezoidal surfaces. A material having fibers protruding therefrom is affixed to the internal surfaces defining the passageway for gently cleaning and capturing the debris when the cleaning element engages and is passed longitudinally of a fan blade.