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Craig Macomber says
Will the 10 ft webster work in my pool screen enclosure? And should I get the spinner kit with it?Thanks, Craig
If you have spider webs you’d like to remove and feel they’re a problem on a regular basis, then this tool can help for sure. I use one at my boat all the time. Pretty much every time just before I launch. And because the roof to my dock is up around 18 feet, I use the 14 foot extension pole. But if the ceiling for your enclosure is 12 feet or less, you should be able to reach all the way up with the this pole since you’ll be a good 5-6 up already when standing.
As for the Spinner attachment; I generally use it while on the boat and for quick removal of webs we find here and there. The Spinner makes short work of webs and is easier to use for anything within reach. But it won’t “wipe” the webs off every surface so after I spin away the bulk of the webs, I go over the same area with the Webster head to make sure I don’t miss any.
Now you can use just the Webster by itself and get fine results. But it will require regular cleaning as our video shows.
Another benefit of the Spinner is that my kid loves using it. You see, the Spinner winds up webs like the way cotton candy is made which kids tend to think is fun. So if you have any little ones, you can probably get them to help round up rogue spider webs with this device. Just equip them with one and let them roam around the home and yard and I bet you’ll be surprised how many they find!
What is the weight of the 5-10’ pole with brush and spinner?
And what is the weight of it without the spinner?
Tech Support says
When the brush is on, the handle and brush are around 5 lbs. When the spinner is attached, around 6 lbs.