Rutland Pellet Stove Vent Brush with Handle

Size and Type: 3'' with 10' Handle

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Rutland Wizard System® Professional Products stand up to the rugged demands of Chimney Sweeps! Using Our RUTLAND Chimney Sweep® Pellet Stove Vent Brush with Handle is powerful Enough to remove soot and creosote from even hard to Reach Chimney, Smoke Chamber, and duct areas thoroughly.

The RUTLAND Chimney Sweep® Pellet Stove Vent Brush with Handle is very flexible and includes an attached handle to easily navigate bends and elbows of a pellet stove vent pipe or a dryer vent. Won’t scratch or damage the metal pipe. The brush filament is 0.020″ poly. For light cleaning only. Available in two different brush sizes (3″ and 4″) and two different handle lengths (10′ and 20′). For heavier buildups, use RUTLAND Chimney Sweep® Pellet Stove Brush, item #PS-3, PS-4, or PS-5

  • 3″ Poly Brush with 10′ length
  • 3″ Poly Brush with 20′ length
  • 4″ Poly Brush with 10′ length
  • 4″ Poly brush with 20′ length

 How To Connect and Use a RUTLAND Chimney Brush, Pellet Stove Vent Brush, and Adapter

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Soot, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to CA Prop 65 Warning


Please consult your stove’s user manual for more specific instructions on cleaning. You may need to disconnect your stove’s vent pipe for adequate cleaning according to the manufacturer’s recommendations.

1. Measure the inside dimension of your vent pipe and select a brush with the same dimension.

2. Shut down the stove and disconnect the power cord.

3. Cover the work area with a protective covering.

4. To expose the vent pipe outlet, it might be necessary to remove a combustion blower cover. Insert the brush into the vent pipe and work the brush back and forth several times.

5. Check for debris in elbows or T connections. Reassemble any disconnected parts. Sweep or vacuum up all residues. Clean the brush after use.