WORX WA4092 Universal Fit Blowers Gutter Cleaning Kit, Basic Pack
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- Universal adapter fits all major brands of gas and electric blower/Vacs
- Safely clean gutter debris while standing on the ground; Maximum diameter upto 5 inches
- Upto 11 foot reach gutter cleaning tubs; Tubes screw together for desired length and stability
- Easily assembled and designed to provide premium airflow
- Fits electric, gas and cordless blowers
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GUTTERPRO Universal Gutter Cleaning Kit Key Features
Safely clean out gutter debris with your feet firmly on the ground – no ladder necessary!
Easily connect the tubes to extend your reach up to 11 feet.
Universal adapter fits most major brands of gas, electric and cordless blowers.
GUTTERPRO Universal Gutter Cleaning Kit Key Features
Just twist the tubes together to your desired length, with the hook tube on the end.
Air flow is capable of clearing dry leaves, pine needles and other debris from gutters.
Includes an adapter that connects to the WORX TURBINE Fusion Leaf Blower, Mulcher & Vac.
The WORX Universal Fit Gutter Cleaning Kit is the safer, ladder-free solution to maintaining clean gutters while standing on the ground. Simply place the universal fit sock over your existing gas, electric, or cordless blower. Twist the tubes together to the desired length - the hook tube on the end - and blow out debris from your gutters. Now you can stand on the ground while blowing out the debris in the gutters, no ladder needed. The gutter kit has up to an 11-foot reach. The tube design produces air flow capable of clearing dry leaves and pine needles from gutters and roof ledges. It is recommended that debris be dry for best results. Instead of dragging out the ladder and broom to clean messy, clogged gutters, use the WORXAIR Universal Gutter Cleaning Attachment Kit to maintain clean gutters year around easily and safely while standing on the ground. The gutter kit's universal sock connector fits major brands' electric, gas, or cordless blowers. The product is not compatible with Turbine Fusion Blowers
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Before you use this I have a PSA. Wear goggles and a hat before using this. You will have tons of debris falling on you. For god sake protect your eyes!
I have a Black & Decker 40V Max Cordless Blower. The gasket on the gutter cleaning kit that connects to the blower actually word very well. There is a ribbed area on the blower that allows the gasket to lock in place without fear of the blower falling off while you work.
With all the linkages connected I was easily able to reach my second story gutters. I removed one link to get my lower gutters. The gasket used to connect this setup to your blower is canvas. It is a floppy link so don't expect to be able to get your hands on your blower to control the 11' of tubing. You will have to hold on to the tubing to really control it. The connection to my blower was so good I just let it hang and only had my hands on the tubes.
Once your blower is on it exerts thrust on the tip 11' up which puts a good amount of leverage on your grip. ....even with my less powerful cordless setup. Think of it as exercise because your arms will be tired! That thrust and leverage does make it a bit difficult to control at first but you will quickly get the hand of it.
This setup did a great job of getting all the leaves and debris out of my gutters. Best of all I never had to risk my life.
MY ONLY WISH (And reason for 4 stars)
If anything I wish the first tube that you are grabbing on to had some type of handle for better grip and thus greater control.
It is easy to assemble and change heights / etc, as well as to secure to the blower and remove. Not a whole lot of airflow loss through the gaps, but I did go back and seal the seams anyways just to maximize throughput.
Another downside is really more of using a blower to clean it out vs a hose - it does have a bit less oomph, so since I hadn't cleaned the gutters yet for the year (being the first time after Winter I was doing them), I had to do it 3 times that week to get it 100% clean. It just doesn't handle it perfectly if it's damp up there or anything, so all the granules that had come off the shingles were a bit stuck and it was only getting some of them each time (though still quite a bit -- I'm just a stickler for getting the gutters clean 100% perfectly when I do it). The 3 times that week was so that the gutters could dry out a bit more so the remaining stuff was easier to blow out.
Now I just blow the gutters out about once every 7-8 weeks, takes me maybe 10 minutes to go around the house and maintain. We'll see how it goes in the heavy leaf season again of course, but I have confidence as long as I keep up on it. But again not a failing of this specific unit either way, just of a blower cleaning in general.
During 5 attempts to clean gutters with it, the Worx gutter cleaning kit blew itself apart all five times. The first time, the cloth universal adapter separated from the plastic pipes because it was only held on with one tiny zip tie. The second and third times, the universal adapter blew off of the Worx blower and an Ego blower. The fourth time, it was the adapter and the tubes again, this after I had put three larger zip ties on it. I then duct-taped the whole mess together with two-inch Gorilla tape, which held it long enough to get a gutter cleaned until the screw-together plastic pipes began to unscrew themselves.
Customers should not have to constantly re-build a gutter cleaning kit due to poor design and construction. That costs the customer time and money, and it costs Worx future customers. If you are considering buying this kit, pay close attention to the negative reviews. I experienced each one of the problems described in other negative reviews.
I also purchased a Worx 600 cfm turbine blower from Amazon to use with this gutter cleaning kit. The blower is great! It really moves debris. I am keeping the Worx turbine blower.
I don't keep tools that don't work.The Worx gutter cleaning kit went into the trash can, which is the same as opening your wallet and tossing $31.49 into it.
After this experience, I got back on Amazon, paid more attention to the product reviews, and purchased a Toro blower and gutter cleaning kit. Save your money and buy the Toro gutter cleaning kit and a Toro blower to go with it. The Toro kit cleans gutters consistently and effectively.
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The tubes fit fine, and I can now easily reach my gutters without bringing out the ladder. My only beef with the tubes is that with the weight of all the tubes attached, when raising and lowering the unit there is some sagging at the locking joints, and I got a bit concerned if the screw interlocking joints might snap. Hasn't happened, but I'm just keeping an eye on it.
Also, in order to use the tubes effectively I had to add a couple of D rings to the handle and use a shoulder strap to support the blower. This allows me to use both hands on the tubes and not have to hold onto the blower.
This extension really makes a somewhat tedious and risky task of gutter cleaning less so by letting me keep my feet on the ground.
Update: Beware Gutter Yuck Explosion... I unfortunately let the gutter debris accumulate since the last time I used this late last fall and there must have been a great chunk of wet stinky matter that collected. The angle of the nozzle was enough to blow the material straight up raining down directly on me and a good 5 yard radius covering my poor dog as well. Not a pleasant task having to wash out the gunk from my dog's fur, and getting the smell off me. Not sure how to get around this other than keeping the gutters clean more often, or wear a layer of sheet plastic and keep pets away.