Century Drill and Tool 76221 Coarse Drill Cup Wire Brush
Coarse Drill Cup Wire Brush, Rust Paint, Weld Spatter, All Types
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What buyers say about Century Drill and Tool 76221 Coarse Drill Cup Wire Brush
It's even better to have a buff wheel because you don't have to do it by hand, and you can use a drill or air tool with the right adapter.
The round shaft drive wire brush is what makes this a good cleaning tool, because every chuck on every drill can grip it tight enough to serve it's cleaning purpose.
I decided it was time to start over because there was a lot of build up. I used the brush I bought to do the job, and it was much easier than using steel wool.
The Century Wire brush is a high quality product and I'm certain I'll get a lot of service from it in the future.
It seems like a well made brush, and it was quick and easy to remove rust and paint off of a piece of steel sheet metal that I am working on.
Is it possible that it will remove rust from a boat bottom?
I use it to clean a spot on my welder ground clamp.
Is it safe for chrome- plated Weber grill grates?
I would use something a bit less course than this.
Is it possible to use these for a coarse clean before polishing aluminum?
However, we would recommend a fine brush as aluminum is very soft and a coarse brush will remove surface very quickly.
Which would be the better coarse or fine brush for cleaning mortar off old porous bricks?
I think it's coarse.
Can this brush be used to clean my grill grate?
It could leave a stray white in its wake, so be careful.