What is an Air Gap?
To simply explain, an air gap is basically a backflow prevention mechanism. The air gap was designed to prevent the contaminated drain water from flowing back into the dishwasher. To avoid this, the air gap cleaning tool is used.
No risk of contamination
The cross connection of the air gap line causes the contamination of the water in the dishwasher. You can eliminate that risk with the Air Gap cleaning tool.
The air gap cleaning tool is a flexible wired brush with the ability to clean the air gap line thoroughly
Easy to Clean
The small head of the brush reaches the most difficult places in your air gap line and cleans it
Sink air gaps
In a sink air gap there is a chance of clogging and bacteria build up, but with the air gap cleaning tool, even that is easy to clean.
Easy To Use Instruction
Remove the cap
Remove top cap from the air gap by pulling upward, usually located on the right side of the faucet.
Unscrew cap counterclockwise to remove. Slide the air gap tool into the large opening around the small center tube.
Clean the air gap
Insert tool fully until the brush is seen in the drain hole. Repeat once then rinse.
NOTE: Under top cover, some airgaps may contain an inserted cap which may be removed easily by squeezing sides.