Which Radiator Cleaning Brush Is The Best?

Which Radiator Cleaning Brush Is The Best?

Cleaning a radiator requires the right type of tool!

There are several radiator cleaning brushes available on the market, but which one's are the best and suitable for radiators?

These incredibly flexible brushes should get into those hard-to-reach places and uses special netted yarn to attract and hold onto dust so your radiators can work more efficiently.

Without the right type of tool, it can become very difficult to manage the cleaning process!

Therefore, we at Rotarad believe more and more of us are leaning more towards a more specialized way of thoroughly cleaning our radiators! 


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How To Clean House Radiators

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Are Radiator Brushes The Best Way?

To really understand which radiator brush is the best, we've gone out and brought 3 of the most popular cleaning tools. We thought the only way to really find out is to test them ourselves.


Radiator Cleaning Brush

This is the most popular type of cleaning brush when it comes to radiators. This is because it has very flexible bristles on a wire for a longer reach. They can also fit in the fins of the radiator.


Diall Radiator Cleaning Brush

After researching online for the best radiator cleaning brushes available, the Diall one kept making appearances. Although it's described as cleaning it is, in fact, a radiator paintbrush. 


Feather Duster

Probably the most common tool used behind the radiator is something most households already have, which is a feather duster. This is great for getting behind the radiators but is not designed to reach right down. 

This normally results in your knocking the dust you can reach, which is then disturbed and distributed into the air we breathe.

It also means you're only reaching half of the dust actually there, meaning you're not getting a full deep clean.


Depending just how long it's been since you've cleaned behind the radiator or maybe you've moved into a property that has radiators that have never been cleaned, you may want to wear a mask.

Dust particles can cause symptoms such as sneezing, running nose and may even trigger allergies.


See blogs:

Cleaning Dust From Radiators

Can You Be Allergic To Central Heating Radiators


Effective cleaning of even the hardest to reach places - Clean radiators will improve air quality.

ONLY if cleaned in the correct way!



As you can see the use of Radiator brushes is awkward and time-consuming!

 The ideal solution to overcome this difficult task ideally would be to have full access. Allowing to easily and efficiently to see and remove all accumulated dust using your filtered vacuum cleaners with attachments.

See video for a demonstration:




As you can see from the video your vacuum cleaner can efficiently remove the dust once you have installed the Rotarad Kit. This also allows you to use a damp cloth to remove any visible stains on the surfaces of your radiator!

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