Q: I am looking to clean the grout on my kitchen floors. Will the small red brush do that? Is it stiff enough?
A: Yes. The brush is 100 percentage polypropylene, stiff enough.
Q: Do the attachments work with any drill?
A: Yes, as long as your ‘drill’ can be adjusted for width of the bit. They work with any drill that takes a standard bit.
Q: What are the sizes (diameter) of the two round brushes?
A: The small one is just under 2 inches & the larger one is slightly under 4 inches. The smaller one was perfect for bathroom sink and stove burners.The larger one for bathtub.
Q: Can one of the brushes be used on a fiberglass shower stall without scratching and dulling the surface?
A: No. We tested the green brush on a section of the back bottom wall first and proceeded from that point without any problems keeping the shower walls wet while using the brush.
Q: Which pack would be best to buy for removing hard water deposits in a pool ?
A: It all depends on the material of your pool.If its plastic it’s best to use the blue or white brush.For a concrete pool I would say the black.For chrome and sensitive walls and items use only the white brush And for cabinets and kitchen stoves use the green.
Q: Does this work good on car rims without scratching them?
A: Yes, It can also used on fiberglass shower stall, it did Awesome and NO Scratches!! The small round brush worked best on wheels.