38 Astonishingly Effective Cleaning Products Reviewers Say Made Things “Look Like New”
Need a drill? Here’s one.
This brush comes in different colors and bristle textures: white is a soft bristle, best for wheels, carpets, upholstery, glass, and leather; yellow is a medium bristle, best for bathrooms, bathtubs, shower, tiles, and porcelain; green is a medium bristle, best for kitchens, stoves, cabinets, countertops, and linoleum; blue is a medium bristle, best for boats, pools, canoes/kayaks, hot tubs, and plastics; red is a stiff bristle, best for outdoors, siding, brick, garages, and gutters; and black is a hard bristle, best for grills, loose paint, furnaces, ovens, and industrial use.
Drill Brush is a small business that was founded by Anthony LaPolla, a former electrician with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome who developed this tool as a way to clean while avoiding painful scrubbing.
Promising review: “I had some build-up of soap scum on my bathroom sink I had tried to get off, and it just wasn’t possible, so I let it continue to build up. I got to the point where I just thought it looked awful and needed a new solution. I decided the drill brushes was worth trying, and within about 10 minutes of drill brushing my sink is like brand-new.” —ToddV
Another promising review: “Bought these on a whim and was skeptical if they would really help, but man am I glad I did! They made cleaning our glass shower door and fiberglass shower a breeze! Don’t really want to admit how long it had been between cleanings, but the shower shined like it never had before. No issues with the brushes leaving marks, but definitely want to err on the side of caution on how long you stay in a spot.” —Molly
Get a set of three brush heads from Amazon for $17.99+ (available with soft, medium, stiff, and ultra-stiff bristles in several colors).