Good Spider Web Brush

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  1. handinpalm

    handinpalm Getting the hang of it

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    I live in a warm environment, so there are lots of spiders & webs, even on the turret cameras. I use this pool cage brush, they sell at the pool stores, with a 20' telescoping handle. You could probably even clean lenses of those high elevation cams by wrapping a terry cloth around the brush. This brush works very well and is always used. If there are 2 hard points within 10' apart, the spiders will run a web.
     

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    aristobrat Getting comfortable

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    I have one of those, ... they're definitely handy!!!
     
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    eggsan Young grasshopper

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    Parley Pulling my weight

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    Thanks for the idea. I have a number of bullet cameras but so far the spider webs are a minor problem in my area.
     
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    Otis n3wb

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    I use a Swiffer (hand held) taped to a wood dowel. It works really well for me and I can clean the cameras without getting the ladder out.
     
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    bigredfish Getting comfortable

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    I should start mass producing my redneck spider web cleaner...

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    TonyR Getting comfortable

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    I could be wrong but.....I think the "Official Redneck Guide" (revised 2017) requires the use of 'duct tape', not masking tape. But then again, it's just a guide (like the National Electrical Code) and rednecks everywhere in the past have employed any and all types or sticky substances, wire ties, string, cord, rope, etc. to 'keep the device, item, or repair' together and functioning (at least until the completion of the task at hand OR until it falls apart) ...whichever comes first. :lmao:
     
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    handinpalm Getting the hang of it

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    Nothing like Ho Made, but I agree with @TonyR, should have used duct tape to be official, since us Floridians have to go North to get in real RN country. Good call Tony!
     
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    bigredfish Getting comfortable

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    I guess I skimmed over that chapter a bit hastily and will correct this horrible mistake ;)
     
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