Sooteater

BigJ273

Member
Feb 15, 2015
38
Maryland
Been using a manual brush for years. Thinking about trying out this product. I’ve heard a lot of good things about it. I have a 6” stainless steel liner (not smooth walled). Any chance it could damage it? If anyone uses it, please let me know your thoughts. Thanks.
 

fire_man

Minister of Fire
Feb 6, 2009
2,288
North Eastern MA
I use the sooteater and it works great. I can't imagine how it could damage the liner - its just nylon line and fiberglass rods. Makes life easy when you do it from the bottom up - no more climbing on the roof.
 

showrguy

Feeling the Heat
Aug 2, 2015
373
Marysville, Pa.
I use the sooteater and it works great. I can't imagine how it could damage the liner - its just nylon line and fiberglass rods. Makes life easy when you do it from the bottom up - no more climbing on the roof.
What he said !!
 

Overfireinthehole

Feeling the Heat
May 5, 2017
467
Miller MO
Only bad thing I have to say about sooteater is they aren’t super flexible. They can do a 45 just fine but I’ve broken them trying to brush a chimney through a breach hole.
 

BigJ273

Member
Feb 15, 2015
38
Maryland
Just wanna make sure it won’t damage the SS ribbed liner.
 

fire_man

Minister of Fire
Feb 6, 2009
2,288
North Eastern MA
I've been following sooteater reviews for a bunch of years and i never heard of one busting a liner.