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Lowe's has Blue Hawk Stainless Steel Coarse Wire Brush (SGY-WELD4) on clearance for $0.79. Select free store pickup where available. Thanks spicytofu & NewestUser1

Lowe's has Blue Hawk Carbon Wire Coarse Wire Brush (SGY-WELD3) on clearance for $0.77. Select free store pickup where available.

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Went to my local Lowes to get some brushes for cleaning carbs on my lawn equip. Found these on clearance. As I recall they are normally a few dollars each. YMMV with these.

Stainless steel
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Blue-Haw...h/50021972
https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...u=50021972

Carbon Brush
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Blue-Haw...h/50021970
https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...u=50021970
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not advisable... made a big round on news a couple years ago about bristles/bristle pieces that break/fall off and can cause great internal damage if eaten (obviously). high quality ones may be better, but that creeped me out and I won't touch any of them for grill/food equipment purposes
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Thanks OP!!

👍 and Rep to you Smilie
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wire brush on shoes?
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wire brush on shoes?
.... because it's made of fine, stiff metal wire bristles?
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wire brush on shoes?
Yes, go for it.
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Please do tell, where in the store did you find these? I see them discounted online for my local store, but when I toured yesterday where wire brushes are normally found (welding supplies), all of them were Lincoln Electric/full price...
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Pull up ad in brickseek and click barcode ask a rep to scan in their scanner. They can tell you where they put them.
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wire brush on shoes?
Probably for the sole, not the tops.
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Can we use this on grills..??
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Which one's better? Stainless steel or carbon steel? Are there different use cases for each?
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Please do tell, where in the store did you find these? I see them discounted online for my local store, but when I toured yesterday where wire brushes are normally found (welding supplies), all of them were Lincoln Electric/full price...
if you click the lowes link provided in the description (and select your store), it will probably tell you which aisle+bay/bin it is in. Did you try that?
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Can we use this on grills..??
not advisable... made a big round on news a couple years ago about bristles/bristle pieces that break/fall off and can cause great internal damage if eaten (obviously). high quality ones may be better, but that creeped me out and I won't touch any of them for grill/food equipment purposes
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if you click the lowes link provided in the description (and select your store), it will probably tell you which aisle+bay/bin it is in. Did you try that?
I did look for that info on the product page, as I've used it before on other items to get in "the general area" of where to look. But it's missing on these brushes, at least for the one of interest for me, item #425638.

Are you seeing that aisle/bin info?
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Removes rust, scale, paint, solder, and welding slag
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