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4-Piece Hiware Drill Brush Detailing Kit (White) EXPIRED

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  • Soft nylon bristles
  • Brushes fit into almost all cordless drills

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Amazon has "Hiware 4 Pcs Drill Brush Car Detailing Kit with Extend Attachment, Soft Bristle Power Scrubber Brush Set for Cleaning Car, Boat, Seat, Carpet, Upholstery and Shower Door - White" for $8.49. Extra 5% with subscribe and save brings it to $8.06 - 10% with five+ items.

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I got one of these last time. The extension they provide is useless. It does not lock the bit in place. So when you go to actually use it the brush just falls out. The brushes themselves were fine, the very useful attachment they provide is actually useless. Previous seller was "Holikme" . Yes I realize that name is funny.
I cant wait to clean the toilet with this.
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I cant wait to clean the toilet with this.
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I cant wait to clean the toilet with this.
what a time to be alive - with great deals also on kn95 masks and nitrile gloves.
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How soft are the bristle? I want to clean caked up oil on my cast aluminum motorcycle engine and nothing is working so far. Would this be stiff enough to do something? Anyone have any pointers?
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How soft are the bristle? I want to clean caked up oil on my cast aluminum motorcycle engine and nothing is working so far. Would this be stiff enough to do something? Anyone have any pointers?
Not stiff enough for that, get either green or yellow bristle, those are typically the stiffer ones. And by the way, these things go for $4 on AliExpress if you're willing to wait a month or two.
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I got one of these last time. The extension they provide is useless. It does not lock the bit in place. So when you go to actually use it the brush just falls out. The brushes themselves were fine, the very useful attachment they provide is actually useless. Previous seller was "Holikme" . Yes I realize that name is funny.
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Not stiff enough for that, get either green or yellow bristle, those are typically the stiffer ones. And by the way, these things go for $4 on AliExpress if you're willing to wait a month or two.
Would this work to brush the hard water stains off the swimming pool tiles? I don't want to scratch them if these are too stiff/abrasive or maybe these are too soft, hard to tell.
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Would this work to brush the hard water stains off the swimming pool tiles? I don't want to scratch them if these are too stiff/abrasive or maybe these are too soft, hard to tell.
Chemical guys water spot remover
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Chemical guys water spot remover
Thank you, I didn't want to use anything that might mess with the pool water balance/chemistry, but then again I am new to the pools. Would that be safe to use while pool is open and water is testing good?
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No problem, I'll ask some pool people. Smilie
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Yellow and black or white. Under $10
Homblu 4 Pack Drill Brush Set,Power Scrubber Brush Cleaning Brush,Drill Brush Set Car Detailing for Grout, Floor, Tub, Shower, Tile, Bathroom and Kitchen Surface Scrub Brush for Shower (??) https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B09LH...UTF8&psc=1
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Yellow and black or white. Under $10
Homblu 4 Pack Drill Brush Set,Power Scrubber Brush Cleaning Brush,Drill Brush Set Car Detailing for Grout, Floor, Tub, Shower, Tile, Bathroom and Kitchen Surface Scrub Brush for Shower (??) https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B09LH...UTF8&psc=1
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Would this work to brush the hard water stains off the swimming pool tiles? I don't want to scratch them if these are too stiff/abrasive or maybe these are too soft, hard to tell.

Have you tried spraying chlorine on the tiles? or maybe a 1:10 solution of acid:water, or a little vinegar. just make sure you use a small amount of acid, maybe a cup or two so you dont lower the PH too much. if that doesn't work i would try steam cleaning. I wouldn't use any other chemical cleaner on my pool. Chlorine, acid, and stabilizer should be the only chemicals you should be using in you pool water anyway. Anything else they tell you to use at the pool store is most likely not needed.
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