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  • "TELEBRANDS" LINT LIZARD FLEXIBLE VACUUM HOSE
  • As Seen On TV item
  • Reaches 43"
  • Removes lint build up in dryers
  • Fits any vacuum
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Product Description

TELEBRANDS" LINT LIZARD

FLEXIBLE VACUUM HOSE

Reaches 43"


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.5 x 9.5 x 2.2 inches ; 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B006ZV3LJ0
  • Item model number: 6057-12
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (591 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,335 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Customer Reviews

The Lint Lizard Vacuum Attachment.
Montana Grandma
As for the Lint Lizard itself, it did clean some of the lint from my dryer.
Parsley
The hose itself is very stiff and doesn't straighten out.
darnj

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

221 of 225 people found the following review helpful By Rosanne Davis on March 18, 2012
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I rate the Lint Lizard merely okay because of my overall satisfaction with the product.
In fairness, it does work. The hose connection and adpater do form a good seal with my Dyson vacuum hose for very good suction. The quality of the plastic parts is also pretty good. It should last a long time. I will be able to use the Lint Lizard to get into any crevices up to 1" wide, where my vacuum hose cannot fit - between range and counter, refrigerator cleaning, etc. Which is a good thing because I'm not going to be able to use it on my dryer, not on the front end where the lint trap is.

That is where I got that "as seen on TV" suckered again feeling. The stated length of 43" is the whole thing: tubing, connector, and adapter. The clear tubing itself is only 30" long. This is not going to "snake out" your dryer vent. I got absolutely no lint to come out of my front dryer vent opening even with the LL going full blast with the excellent suction of my Dyson vac. The tubing is sturdy, which means it's not all that flexible, and it's 1" wide, which is too wide to get any farther than where the lint trap sits. (I have an LG TROMM dryer, which has more of a slot than a large hole for the air/lint to travel out. Recommend you check your dryer airway to see how it's built to know if the LL will do anything for you.)

Again, in fairness, I'm pretty diligent about cleaning my dryer's lint trap before each use and I use a flexible dryer lint brush/wand every month or so. The Lint Lizard will certainly take the place of a dryer lint brush on my kind of dryer. It will also no doubt work well on the back vent of the dryer, where the opening is a 4-6" metal duct where a shop vac hose will fit.
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162 of 168 people found the following review helpful By Disappointed on March 27, 2012
The concept is great for sure but the clear plastic 1" hose is SO INFLEXIBLE that it's useless at trying to guide it where you want it to go. And because it comes curled up in the box it stays that way! And I recall the advertisement saying that it reaches up to 4 feet - NO WAY! the tube is 2 ft at best but because you cant staighten it it's MUCH less than two feet of usage. Also when you try to bend the hose the other way it kinks. DONT WASTE YOU MONEY ON THIS PRODUCT. Instead, go to home depot get some clear plastic tubing and tape it to your vacuum. I guarantee you'll bve much happier.
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57 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Former Baker TOP 1000 REVIEWER on January 1, 2013
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I have a fear of dryer lint fires, so I try very hard to keep my dryer as free as possible of lint build-up. When the lint screen in my dryer developed a small tear, I immediately replaced it because I so feared that lint would build up within the dryer and would cause a fire. I had also previously bought a lint brush (which did little to nothing) and special tiny attachments for my shop vac, but didn't get all that much extra lint out of the dryer.

I had read in Consumer Reports that the "Lint Lizard" actually did work well to remove extra lint from the dryer, but I was still skeptical that it would work all that well. After reading a friend's posting on Facebook about how much extra lint she got out of her dryer when using the Lint Lizard, I decided to order it and try it, but I didn't actually expect all that much from it.

When I opened the box and saw how large the tube was, I got worried that it might not fit into the space for my lint filter, but I decided to try it anyway. I was also worried about how curled-up the tube was. The directions said to use heat from a hair drer or hot water to work out kinks, so I tried that to straighten the tube, but it didn't work very well.

I set up the Lint Lizard and attached it to the hose of my basement vacuum. I then went to work. I hosed the Lint Lizard tube into the space for my lint filter and it immediately began sucking lint out of the dryer. At one point, I could tell it had stopped sucking, so I snaked it out and realized that the Lint Lizard had sucked out a baseball-sized ball of lint. Gross!

I worked with the Lint Lizard for about five minutes and, in that short amount of time, FILLED my vacuum's canister with lint.
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120 of 129 people found the following review helpful By ereader on April 12, 2012
It is what it is. So for what it is, it works well.

So what is it? Basically there is a somewhat hard and somewhat flexible clear tube, which is coupled to a vacuum. This tube is inserted into vents to clean out debris. I have used similar devices in the past for varying reasons (inflating air mattresses etc.), and know the coupler is critical. This device has a really nice coupler that looks to be able to fit a variety of vacuum hoses (no they are not standard). It fit my vacuum easily and very tightly, so when assembled, it does work well. Plus it has a variable suction adjustment (a ring with some holes in it) to let more or less vacuum through the tube.

I have a wide, dryer vent, the runs below the width of the drier door. So I had to move the somewhat clunky tube around a lot. But even moving this about, the basic job was done in minutes. I do clean my drier vent many times, after EVERY load, and sometimes half-way through a load, so I was surprised at how much lint had worked its way in the crevices away from the screen. The amount of lint you are able to pull out can be related to your vacuums efficiency. I have a very powerful vac, much more powerful than most (i.e. Dyson's are all-hype, great marketing but notorious for low suction). So, if you don't get much lint could be due to what it is hooked up too. (Or, if you don't get much lint, you might not see it, it flies through the tube so fast I heard it passing through much more that I saw it, LOL.)

Honestly, it is okay. It is handy. It is not too expensive. I cannot get the same thing accomplished with duct tape or any other manner of a homemade device.
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