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Dyson Soft Dusting Brush

by Dyson
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Price: $31.95 & FREE Shipping
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  • Soft dusting brush quickly attaches to all Dyson vacuum models
  • Angled bristles on slender, oval shape provide safely cushioned contact
  • Perfect for dusting shelves, lighting, delicate surfaces, electronics, and more
  • Purple hue coordinates with Dyson's signature look
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Andorra
  • Item model number: 49
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (211 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,021 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

The Dyson Soft Dusting Brush is designed for use on delicate surfaces. Powerful Dyson suction is directed through soft bristles to gently dust and clean sensitive surfaces. Is great for use on fans, blinds, televisions, monitors and keyboards. Works with any Dyson model vacuum.

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Customer Reviews

It cleans large surfaces without throwing the dust in the air.
I use it to dust furniture, lamps, shades and blinds, hanging pictures and electronics like computer keyboards, even dusting my stereo equipment as well.
J. E. Stachowicz
I use this brush on the end of my dyson "wand" and it works great to clean my blinds!
B. Tennyson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

197 of 202 people found the following review helpful By Storm TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 13, 2007
How it works -
The attachment is around a foot long (including bristles); it is a lint remover brush-head surrounded by soft plastic bristles. The red area is the lint remover (think of the dog hair removal brushes your mom uses); it has two suction holes - one at the head, one at the base - which allow the swept dust to be sucked into the vacuum while running. When both holes are covered (such as when doing a large, flat surface) the suction is as powerful as any of the other Dyson wand attachments. When only one hole is covered or there is a break in the surface between the two holes (smaller surfaces or blinds) the suction is still strong, but not quite as "vice-like." The idea behind the brush is that the vacuum action will suck in all the dust instead of allowing it to escape into the air. In this regard, the Dyson seems to leave a much smaller "dust footprint" than manual dusters because it does not cause dust clouds. As with all Dyson wand attachments, the dusting brush comes with two adapters which plug straight into the wand which allow it to be used with any type of Dyson vacuum.

Pros and Cons -
I bought the dusting attachment because the brush heads that came with the DC17 weren't cutting it for what I needed. They were either too small or did not form a tight enough seal around the areas I was dusting to pick up all the dust and debris. I live in an old house with old fashion plaster walls and with three furry dogs, so there is constantly dust in the house.

The Dusting Brush is very good for handling things like blinds and large, flat surfaces, but not quite as well in the little hard to reach spots or thin areas.
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118 of 123 people found the following review helpful By Bargain Savvy Mom on August 5, 2006
I think this attachment is "good enough" and I do use it about once a month for heavy dusting around the house. It is not, however, the super-useful dusting brush I thought I was getting.

The brush does NOT dust flat surfaces well. Not only does it kind of push a little of the dust ahead of the bristles, never really sucking it up and leaving "streaks", but it has the tendency to suction itself down HARD to the flat surface. This gets annoying. Because of this, I do not use it for all-over flat surface dusting.

What the duster is GREAT for are blinds, ceiling fans and the curves of wood moulding. We have a big black dog and do need to dust blinds & fans more often. A few swipes and the job is done. Same thing when I dust the furniture crevices and mouldings - the duster works great.

I do not like to dust base boards with it because somehow as the brush drags along, it seems to statically charge the carpet and the baseboard and any stray dog hairs are suddenly attracted to the baseboard I JUST dusted. I use the regular onboard vacuum brush for baseboards. I can't explain this frustrating phenomena but it might just be me and my house!

Lastly, the bristles bend out of shape very easily and you can end up with the brush looking more like a troll doll. Surprisingly this makes dusting flat surfaces a little easier. Unfortunately the bristles can bend so far up, they don't touch ANY surface while you are dusting, leaving dust behind. I store mine flat in it's own box, which is a pain, to ensure the bristles don't bend so badly that I cannot coax them back into shape.

If you're like me and just HAD to have it, see if you can find it on sale. Then you won't mind so much when you end up using the onboard brush 95% of the time to dust.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By dvtjht on November 3, 2007
I don't understand why some people have complaints about this brush. Perhaps they are not using it correctly, or not attaching it to their machine all the way causing it to break suction. some complain that it doesn't suck enough, not getting TV screens clean???? WHAT???!!!!! I now dust my entire house with my vacuum cleaner rather than with dusting products. I can get under and behind TV's, DVDs, cable boxes, and other electronics. It's great on keyboards and office equipment. I even use it to dust my knick-knacks and glasswear (very carefully, of course, while holding onto the item with my free hand). It even works great on baseboards and air vents!!!! I find myself dusting picture frames and glasswear much more often that I used to!!!!
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33 of 37 people found the following review helpful By D. Cloud on April 16, 2007
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Rarely would I give an ordinary vacuum attachment a five star rating, but this is far from ordinary.

I was impressed first off with the packaging. Usually when I buy something that's encased in plastic it takes Superman to cut the thing out. Not so with the thoughtful folks at Dyson; they provided a package that you can easily open and then close again.

Second, I was impressed by the construction of the brush itself. The bristles are very fine yet sturdy and practically mold themselves around anything you vacuum with it. And the material used to make the rest of the brush is the same tough crash helmet plastic as the Dyson itself. Nice.

Something to keep in mind is that the brush comes with two small adapters; one has a small triangle on it and the other has a small "O". In the package there is a small booklet with pictures showing what the adapters are for; the one with the triangle attaches to the brush when you want to put it on the long wand, the adapter with the "O" attaches to the brush when you want to use it with just the hose. I mention this because I ended up vacuuming all my blinds (and even my curtains) before I realized I needed one of these adapters. Nevertheless, even without the adapter the brush picked up a lot of dust, which says a lot for the suction power of the Dyson.

I have never been this amazed by something as simple as a vacuum attachment before. This brush is like a little magic wand. Never before have I been able to vacuum my TVs, computers, blinds, curtains, and just about anything with this much ease. The brush not only increased my respect and admiration for the Dyson itself but also for the ingenious minds behind the development of it.

I highly recommend this product to anyone who owns a Dyson vacuum.
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