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Handheld Electric Power Scrubber for Bathroom and Kitchen Cleaning w/ 3 Brushes and 1 Scouring Pad Rechargeable Battery $19.23

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Features:
Battery Powered, Low elbow grease house cleaning
Versatile Use ,works well on different surfaces
Waterproof
Shower tubs, Kitchen sinks
4 Optional Brush Attachments
Rechargeable Battery Included

The add on kit is on sale also for 1.99

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Anyone know if these can get wet? A photo shows it cleaning a tire rim but no one cleans rims dry without any chemical & water.
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Well rated and on sale

Use coupon code TS6O8YUF

Features:
Battery Powered, Low elbow grease house cleaning
Versatile Use ,works well on different surfaces
Waterproof
Shower tubs, Kitchen sinks
4 Optional Brush Attachments
Rechargeable Battery Included

The add on kit is on sale also for 1.99

Duster Sponge Pads Accessories Kit for Car Beauty Maintenance $1.99
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M62MA9Q/
Use code: OS996HSK
Final Price: $1.99

https://www.amazon.com/Easehold-H...01K3X6KZC/
You may want to add that two separate orders need to be placed: one for the scrubber and one for the accessories. I was unable to use two codes for one order.
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It is waterproof
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You may want to add that two separate orders need to be placed: one for the scrubber and one for the accessories. I was unable to use two codes for one order.
Added, thank you
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Added, thank you
No problem. I bought both so thanks for the deal! Gonna use it to clean the ol' Jeep Wrangler.
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I just use one of these on my electric drill:

https://www.amazon.com/Chemical-G...B003TU662Y

I suspect the drill is more powerful and its battery more robust than any of those bathtub scrubber devices.
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I just use one of these on my electric drill:

https://www.amazon.com/Chemical-G...B003TU662Y

I suspect the drill is more powerful and its battery more robust than any of those bathtub scrubber devices.
I have been using this for couple years works better then anything else and you nailed it.the power with applied pressure much better with a drill!
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I just use one of these on my electric drill:

https://www.amazon.com/Chemical-G...B003TU662Y

I suspect the drill is more powerful and its battery more robust than any of those bathtub scrubber devices.
This looks good too. Thanks for the link.
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I just use one of these on my electric drill:

https://www.amazon.com/Chemical-G...B003TU662Y

I suspect the drill is more powerful and its battery more robust than any of those bathtub scrubber devices.
I had bought one of those too, but never used it. What I didn't think about before buying was that the drill itself isn't waterproof, so trying to clean the bathtub is risky with the cleaning liquids flying all over the place. I ended up getting the one with an extended handle, but kept it short. After one cleaning session, I'm going to put the extender on - it's nice keeping the distance without bending down as much and keeping the splatter away.
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I had bought one of those too, but never used it. What I didn't think about before buying was that the drill itself isn't waterproof, so trying to clean the bathtub is risky with the cleaning liquids flying all over the place. I ended up getting the one with an extended handle, but kept it short. After one cleaning session, I'm going to put the extender on - it's nice keeping the distance without bending down as much and keeping the splatter away.
watch out on grout. we just had both shower/tubs grout redone, and they said to NEVER use a brush on the grout, or mold will grow. before we had them redone, i did, and it did
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I had bought one of those too, but never used it. What I didn't think about before buying was that the drill itself isn't waterproof, so trying to clean the bathtub is risky with the cleaning liquids flying all over the place. I ended up getting the one with an extended handle, but kept it short. After one cleaning session, I'm going to put the extender on - it's nice keeping the distance without bending down as much and keeping the splatter away.
Youd liked have to be submerging your drill in water to do any damage. Ive used drills outside in the rain subjected to way more water than what would be splattered by using this attachment without any issues.
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So where did the coupon code come from?

And, read the reviews, the positive ones all seem pretty fake, and the negatives all have mostly the same complain... Doesn't last.

As already mentioned, just get an add-on for a drill (ANY drill will be better than this). As for the comment about concern with a drill and water, that's really a non-issue... Unless you submerged the drill, a bit of splatter is nothing. Happens all the time with both my cheap drills and contractor grade (be it paint, cleaner, rain, or grime). Now, that said, I'm speaking of cordless drill (apples to apples as this is a cordless device)... Corded drills can potentially pose a real hazard in water... Hopefully that didn't need to be said, but just in case 😊
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I had bought one of those too, but never used it. What I didn't think about before buying was that the drill itself isn't waterproof, so trying to clean the bathtub is risky with the cleaning liquids flying all over the place. I ended up getting the one with an extended handle, but kept it short. After one cleaning session, I'm going to put the extender on - it's nice keeping the distance without bending down as much and keeping the splatter away.
Can you provide the link for the extended handle? Was also looking for something like this - ended up getting a toilet brush because it was the only one with a diameter that will fit the drill - but the brush didnt work for corners so looking for an alternative
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I just use one of these on my electric drill:

https://www.amazon.com/Chemical-G...B003TU662Y

I suspect the drill is more powerful and its battery more robust than any of those bathtub scrubber devices.
Thanks! I like your idea since I already have a power drill.
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