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Gardus SootEater Rotary Chimney Cleaning System - $31.85 Amazon, HD, Wal-Mart

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Bought this a year ago for $53 on amazon because I needed a quick chimney cleaning because I have a wood stove. Its absolutely amazing, go up from the bottom of your chimney so you don't have to climb up a latter. One of the best things I've purchased as a homeowner.

Gardus SootEater Rotary Chimney Cleaning System @ amazon: $31.85 [amazon.com]

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Great deal, these things work great!
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Hmmm... I didn't like mine so much that I used it only once, and that over 5 years ago.

I used it from top down and it was in 6 inch stove pipe (about 25 ft). Must use a powerful drill.

I just use the sticks like i did before I bought this one... and still do (top down) .... BYMMV
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Walmart has it for the same price
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Hmmm... I didn't like mine so much that I used it only once, and that over 5 years ago.

I used it from top down and it was in 6 inch stove pipe (about 25 ft). Must use a powerful drill.

I just use the sticks like i did before I bought this one... and still do (top down) .... BYMMV
What didn't you like about this?
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What didn't you like about this?
Needed better drill further you went...and didn't feel like it was cleaning as good as the brush.

I also think It jammed into a joint and it bent (pried) out a lip (on stainless insulated pipe) that now catches condensate that runs down the chimney...(after using I observed this damage).
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I bought this earlier this year. It worked great! I was surprised how much soot/creosote it knocked off.
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Ordered one for my parent's new place... I'm all for using power tools to make my life easier.
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Exclusively for Prime members?
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So glad that HD didn't have any tradition cleaners in stock yesterday. This seems to be a good deal.
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This thing is amazing! I bought it at $50+ and would have easily paid $100, knowing how well it works! Not to mention how easy it is to use. At $30 it's a steal!
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Needed better drill further you went...and didn't feel like it was cleaning as good as the brush.

I also think It jammed into a joint and it bent (pried) out a lip (on stainless insulated pipe) that now catches condensate that runs down the chimney...(after using I observed this damage).
Did the rods work with a regular chimney brush head, or do they only fit on this spin brush? These look to be cheaper than buying rods for a normal brush
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Aw crap. Just bought one 2 weeks ago for $50.
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This thing is amazing! I bought it at $50+ and would have easily paid $100, knowing how well it works! Not to mention how easy it is to use. At $30 it's a steal!
Wow, you sound like you have stock in the company...glad its working for you.

Don't forget to inspect your chimney after your done.
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So you do the cleaning from top of the chimney, outside?

I want to buy it, but sounds like cold and lots of work! 😁

What happens when the debris come down and get stuck on top of the fireplace insert or dampers, and hard to reach to vacuum?

I'm thinking of putting the fireplace to use after owning the house for 7 years. Need to put an insert in it first.
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