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DEWALT Wire Brush, Knotted, 1-Inch (DW4902)

Demanding Quality Specifications, 1 Inch, Dewalt Wire Brush

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We analyzed a total of 175 reviews for this product. Of these, 138 reviews were recent.

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Around 83% of reviews were positive and about 17% were negative.

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9.31 out of 10, based on these 8 factors:

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  • What buyers say about DEWALT Wire Brush, Knotted, 1-Inch (DW4902)


    I have used it to remove rust from the frame of my truck and it is still intact, it does the jobs I need it to do without shed any bristles.


    The brushes are heavy duty, and could really take a beating before coming even close to unraveling, so I wouldn't recommend using a pneumatic die grinder as opposed to the electric options.


    The product works well in a high speed die grinder, but you are not taking your life into your hands by using it.


    I used this to clean wheel hubs and it works very well with my air grinder.


    Durability was a concern but that proved to not be an issue as the product was good quality and an excellent choice for the job.

    Common Questions

    Q:

    What's the maximumrpm?

    A:

    It says 20,000 and also says wear thicker eye protection at higher rpms.

    Q:

    Will it work on a regular drill?

    A:

    It's designed for die grinder use and can run at 20,000rpm.

    Q:

    Can this be used as a drill attachment to remove rust?

    A:

    Yes, it's well made and you can.

    Q:

    Is there a way to clean up the cast iron grids on my gas grill?

    A:

    This is an aggressive wire brush that is to be inserted into a high speed grinding tool.

    Q:

    Is it possible to use this to sand 1/3 copper?

    A:

    It will put gouges in it because the steel bristles are much harder than copper. You should get a brass brush at most and ideally a copper one "IF" synthetic plastic bristles don't do the job.

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