bottle brush for radiators
- dimensions : 2 formats: long 112cm, short 44cm
- weight : 135g (long), 97g (short)
- Ø50mm (bristle)
- L112cm (long model), bristle 30cm
- L44cm (short model), bristle 26cm
- materials: white antistatic goat hair, plastic lined stainless steel,
- ultra flexible steel wire with shape retention memory,
- oiled beech wood handle with leather strap
- suitable for all radiators (classic cast iron, tubular, with fins...)
- design: Redecker (Germany, brush specialist for more than 75 years)
- made in Germany
FAITES VOTRE CHOIX :
3 good reasons
- you are a perfectionist, vacuuming the floor and leaving dust behind a radiator seems like a heresy
- as a good working man/woman, you like to have the right tools for the situation in order to gain time
- you are allergic to dust
how does it work?
Should you have classic cast iron radiators (tubular) or more modern radiators with fins, it is always very difficult to clean them. It is almost impossible to get your hand behind them and very difficult to get your hand between the various interstices. Thanks to the slim, long and cone-shaped tip (5cm at its base and 4cm at the end) and to the very flexible goat hair of the bottle brush for radiators, you have access to all parts of your radiator to remove the dust properly.
Thanks to an extremely flexible stainless steel wire (lined with plastic on the long model to avoid scratching the radiators), you will be able to reach the most hidden places of your radiator. The wire will naturally take its original shape once you have removed the bottle brush.
The short model has a curved end and a more rigid wire in order to track down every gram of dust in the interstices.
At Redecker, one has been making brushes from one generation to the next for more than 75 years. The materials used for the bristle (hair) are consistently (except in very rare cases when synthetic fibre is necessary) made of natural hair such as horse hair, wild boar bristles, badger hair, Chinese goat hair (the softest of all, often used for dust brushes), but also natural fibres such as tampico (variety of agave that grows on Mexican high plateaux), bassine (drawn from the nervures of a sugar palm found in India or Sri Lanka), arenga (Asian sugar palm), sisal (Mexican sisal palm), coconut fibre (extracted from the coconut), sorghum (kind of sub tropical corn).
As for the handles of the brushes of our selection, they are either made from oiled beech wood or Thermo wood (wood treated at high temperature: hemicellusose, the sugar and water contained in the wood in some way caramelize, eliminating humidity and making the treated wood rot-proof and waterproof)
German quality and tradition, natural materials and local as far as possible, traditional manufacturing, most of the time by hand, in Germany: these are the pledges of quality of our selection of brushes.
sustainable development - except for small plastic parts these brushes are made from wood and natural fibre
traditional quality - German design and manufacture, on models that have been tested for more than half a century. The only Chinese item in this product is the goat that gave its hair!
optimal functionality - the perfect tool for a specific use, admittedly, but so time consuming when you are not properly equipped