Use this Appliance Multi-Use Cleaning Brush to remove lint from your dryer's lint screen (for models where the screen is in the front of the dryer), or use it to clean your refrigerator coils. Cleaning refrigerator coils is part of regular maintenance for most refrigerators. Using the coil brush once a month to remove dust and other airborne particles on your refrigerator's condenser coils may, ensure proper performance, and extend the life of your refrigerator. The coil brush's soft bristles will not harm the coils. This is a universal accessory that can be used with any model appliance. No disassembly or repair experience is needed to use this tool. Recommended item: 37" Condenser Brush (item 8171579A) for condenser and dryer cleaning. This vacuum cleaner attachment will help to clean dust and lint build-up in and around your refrigerator condenser coils underneath the refrigerator and dryer lint in the area where the lint filter is inserted. Fits 1 1/4" vacuum.
- This product is a Factory Certified Accessory. These three words represent quality parts and accessories designed specifically for your appliance. Time tested engineering that meets our strict quality specifications
- Package contains (1) Appliance Multi-Use Cleaning Brush
- Tools Needed: Multi screwdriver
- 30-Day Return Policy
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