"Inspired by God, Designed, Distributed and Managed by Us:
Bob and Jean Kay

  TO OUR   3,000th   CUSTOMER
William B. |
Bluffton, SC



MAY -  2013

John D. | Chevy Chase, MD  *   Amel L. | Latrobe, PA  *   Gilbert R. | New Braunfels, TX

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At 75 years of age I still believe I am blessed to have the opportunity and means to share with others the privilege of being ...
"Born in the USA!"
Because of this and no matter how young or old you are you have the same unique opportunity to create an idea and bring it from ‘mind to market’. You will see what I am mean if you visit me at .

I'm not "The Little Old Lady From Pasadena" that the Beach Boys sang about, but when you read my story you may find yourself saying, "Go Granny Go!" I wasn't thinking about retirement, just yet, and I still had things to do. Never did I dream of becoming an Inventor at age 70!
However, after being quoted $250 to clean my gutters, I knew there just had to be a less expensive way. Looking at the tools available on-line and in the box store, and buying  almost all of them, to no avail, it was either "pay up" or "climb up" on the roof again, by myself.  My husband's profession kept him away from home, with little time left for him to climb the ladder and clean the gutters!

Like most inventions, "necessity" became the "Mother of  Inventions."  Experts agree, if you haven't maintained your rain gutters prior to the rainy season (in Florida the Hurricane Season) chances are damage will occur from gutters overflowing and damaging the structural foundation. Clogged gutters allow water to accumulate and can cause fascia boards to rot and do damage to your roof, plants, lawn furniture, sidewalks, or porch. Not to mention the added weight of accumulating wet leaves and debris that can cause gutters to sag and separate from your residence or business.

During the very dry season leaves left in gutters can become a potential fire hazard, as well as the ideal place for mosquitoes and roaches to breed and spread over 34 infectious diseases. During the winter months the weight of snow and frozen water can cause gutters to sag, pull away from the fascia and even damage the roof. 

Research indicates that
since 1990 more than 2.1 million reported injuries and even deaths occurred due to falls from ladders while maintaining gutters or the roof! Each year adds to the stats by 50% with males, aged 40-59, being the highest injured group. I decided there had to be a better, safer way, even for "granny" to clean her gutters!

After much prayer and many pieces of wasted paper (due to redesigns) my prayers where finally answered.  I  came up with the idea to use our shop vac to vacuum out the gutters from the ground.  Thanks to my husband’s experience with electrical drawings and specifications, he came up with the right design that we believed might work.

We showed our idea to a friend who owns an automotive repair service. He said, "I think I can make something that might work." Less than a week later he came "bearing his gift." Oh, yeah!!!! Nothing like a 20 lb, 60 inch, shepherds staff, made out of automotive exhaust pipe! This was just for was all clean..."my gutters!"

Because the tool worked so well, even though it took ‘mighty mouse’ with all his strength to handle the tool, our friends and family said we should make it available for others! The idea went from my needing a "better mouse trap" to the process of retaining a patent attorney, applying for a patent, locating a manufacturer, marketing, advertising, website design, demonstrations, and finally sales! Now we have the Gutter Clutter Buster® in our hot little hands to provide a safer, faster, easier and cleaner method for others to clean rain gutters.

It was so important to both my husband and I that if we were going to manufacture this new gutter cleaning tool it had to be "Made In the USA!" Even though we had been approached by brokers, who told us we could make it for 70% less if made in China, we refused to out-source our invention to somewhere other than the USA.

We love our country and even though our economy is not at its best, we wanted to provide jobs for our countrymen and women and not someone overseas. We prayed that if we were to do this that every door would open for our customer's best interest. And, it did!

We recently completed our commitment and pledge which we made prior to our first sale. We’ve pledged to donate $1 from the sale of our product to our local food bank, so that those in need and the homeless could have warm meals, cold drinks, and a place to rest, knowing that somebody cares for them! We honored that pledge and donate to Our Daily Bread of Bradenton, Florida which feeds 250 people a day for one month.  And, our pledge continues even today as you read this!

We give praise, honor and glory to Father God for all His blessings, "pressed down, shaken together and overflowing".

"Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled!"

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APRIL 15, 2013
   Chris C. | Knoxville, TN

Gregg G. | Boca Raton, FL

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on the

"Today Show"

Kathie Lee Gifford, Hoda Kotb & Julie Edelman
Premiere - Gutter Clutter Buster - (click here to view)

October 26, 2012
Today Show - NBC TV
Thanks to these three lovely ladies of the Today Show, the Gutter Clutter Buster® had its International Premier this year for the first time since conception in 2008.  Much to our surprise this was certainly a welcomed experience for our Mom N' Pop business, here in Florida, to be seen by millions of viewers around the globe.

"Wake Up With Al"

Al Roker and Stephen Fanuka of DIY
"Million Dollar Contractor"

September 21, 2012
Weather Channel TV

What a wonderful surprise this morning to "Wake Up With Al" and find that he is premiering the Gutter Clutter Buster® Tools on their segment "Getting Ready For Fall."

In case you "missed it" you can now view it at the following link and see how excited Al was about our great method for cleaning up rain gutters, cobwebs, insects, dust, dirt, and debris from high, hard to reach areas around your home, business, farm, stables, factory and commercial buildings while remaining safely on the ground.

No more ladders to drag around the exterior premise of buildings during Fall clean up.  No more injuries by falling from a dangerous ladder.  No more breathing in virus, mold, mildew, allergens and contaminants that have settled into gutters and around the area being cleaned which could cause a potential health problem.

With the upgraded, multi-purpose, Gutter Clutter Buster® Cleaning Attachment Tools for your wet/dry vacuum, you can now connect any of your wet/dry vac accessory tools to the end of the working tool (curved tool) or to the extensions, to do those other clean-up projects without the use of a ladder.  By adding a "crack n' crevice tool" you can clean smaller rain gutters and small tight areas that other tools could not get into.  With the "brush" accessory you can brush up areas that may need a more "gentle or finished touch."  Attaching the "wide mouth" accessory you can get larger amounts of debris at one time.

We stress the importance of "vacuuming" rather than "blowing" debris, due to the additional clean-up required after blowing debris onto your roof, bushes, windows, furniture, flower beds and yourself.  Should you still wish to blow debris just add the "blower nozzle" that came with your wet/dry vac.

Many of our customers ask, "What brand wet/dry vac do you recommend?"  This is your choice and we only suggest three important issues when considering your wet/dry purchase;
(1) be sure it has the large 2.5" wet/dry vac hose (at both ends) and,
(2) that it has a minimum 5 HP motor; and,
(3) that it has a large canister so you won't be emptying it so often, with large wheels to pull through all terrain around the area.

Remember our products performance is directly related to the suction power of the wet/dry vacuum it is used with.  The larger the motor, the stronger the suction, the better it works.
Speaking of using a ladder, even Professionals, who have used ladders in their business for years, are subject to falling from a ladder.  We just received a sad but encouraging letter from such a man, as follows:

September 24, 2012

Dear Gutter Clutter Buster,

I hope this product is doing well for you. If it isn’t it should be.

This is why I endorse your product.  As a Fl. Licensed Residential Contractor, InterNachi Certified Master Home Inspector, Licensed Fl. Home Inspector and Owner of a large Insurance Inspection Company, I have been up and down more ladders in a month than most people will climb in a lifetime.

My own Miracle happened on August 21, 2012. A routine roof inspection;  snap two pictures from the ladder and come down, no problem but on this day, this simple task was anything but routine.

I was descending the ladder, the ladder flipped over, and I fell 8 feet onto a cement sidewalk. I knew when I landed I broke my back. My cell phone in the car and an empty neighborhood. This was a bad position to be in. I was finally spotted by couple on a golf cart, about 45 minutes later, and they called 911.  Upon reaching the hospital the first thing they asked me was, “What were you doing, cleaning gutters?

Now your product would not have helped on that day; however, my point is this; if a veteran like myself can fall and get seriously hurt; I can only imagine how many homeowners fall every year cleaning gutters. No one around to call for help or hear your cries for help when you fall. Trust me it is a bad position to be in.

If more homeowners and building maintenance workers would use the GUTTER CLUSTER BUSTER the job would be easier and no one gets hurt. You have a great product and I hope more people will see that $29.99 vs. a ladder fall is a small price to pay for safety and convenience. This is a no brainer.

Keep up the good work  and I wonder just how many lives or injuries your product saved.
Thank you, Your business is greatly appreciated,

James W. Ungar
Certified Residential Contractor
CRC 1330123

Fl Licensed Home Inspector

Certified Master Inspector
InterNachi CMI

Lighthouse Property Inspection Services, Inc.
PH: 941.359.1432


We at Gutter Clutter Buster, LLC wish to thank Mr. James Ungar for his thoughtful and sincere comments regarding our product; but, more importantly, we extend our utmost sadness for the injuries he has incurred and we wish him a speedy and complete healing for his back and entire body.  Our thoughts and prayers will continue and we ask those reading this to please remember him in your prayers as well.

Mr. Ungar, we thank you for caring and sharing with our readers the importance of being extremely careful at all times while using a ladder, under any conditions. 

Mr. Ungar is also correct in assuming that there are millions of reported injuries and sadly  even deaths reported, due to falls from a ladder while maintaining a roof or cleaning rain gutters.

This was the main reason for our Invention.  Keeping maintenance crews, homeowners, businesses employees, and other folks safely on the ground while cleaning and completing   required maintenance projects throughout the entire year.

Our goal is to "help others help themselves" by staying well, staying safe, and staying off ladders while doing their Fall clean-ups.


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  11. At my office, we didn't know that the gutters were clogged during the rainy season. There was a ton of water building up and we didn't even realize it. One day, a huge bucket-sized pool of water dumped from the gutter onto my secretary as she was walking in. The poor girl was so soaked. Needless to say, we are much more cognizant of cleaning our gutters now.

  12. My home is very tall. It is hard, nearly impossible for me to get all the way up there. I am just glad that people like you exist. My gutters also get pretty dirty as the year drags on. I don't know how it fills up with dirt so fast, that dirt really stops the water though.


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