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Old 06-27-2013, 01:53 PM   #1
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Can anyone offer any suggestions about where I can find a brush attachment with comparatively soft bristles for my drill, to scrub bathroom tiles (and similar)?

And why is it so difficult to find that item? I've found exactly one item online that seems to meet that description, and nothing in a bunch of stores carrying tools.

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http://www.amazon.com/s?ie=UTF8&page...wer%20scrubber

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Search for an old fashion bottle brush with the twisted wire handle and fan tip. Cut the wire loop off of the handle and chuck it in your drill. I see one on line that is 2-5/8" diameter for $3.99. Mine works well in a cordless drill. A janitor supply just may have something that would be suitable.
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Can anyone offer any suggestions about where I can find a brush attachment with comparatively soft bristles for my drill, to scrub bathroom tiles (and similar)?

And why is it so difficult to find that item? I've found exactly one item online that seems to meet that description, and nothing in a bunch of stores carrying tools.

Ayuh,.... 'cause when ya pull the trigger of yer drill, the rest of the room becomes Covered with the Stuff flyin' off yer brush,....
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