Bestselling Abrasive Power Brushes in 2020
Spin-Scrub Drill Brush Scrub Pad with Drill Attachment - Spin Scrubber for Tile, Sink, Water Spot, Fiberglass Tub, Vinyl Floor - Non-Scratch - Bathroom Scrubber Attachment For Drill (6-Pack)
Drill Brush Heavy Duty - Clean Tile & Grout 5X Faster - Spin Away Rust, Soap Scum, Mineral Deposit, Hard Water Stain - 5" Diameter Stiff Red Nylon Bristle with Metal Shaft Attachment
IVY Classic 39202 3-Inch x 1/4-Inch Round Shank, Nylon Abrasive Cup Brush - Coarse 80 Grit, 1/Card
- Removes rust and paint from flat surfaces, lightly sands wood and prepares metal and wood for painting
- Nylon bristles impregnated with silicon carbide
- Sides of bristles act as flexible files
- Bristle Trim Length: 7/8-inch, Grit: 80 - Coarse
- 1/4-inch round shank, Max RPM: 4,500
Dremel 538-02 Nylon Brushes (2 Pack), 1"
- Use for de-burring metal or wood and for removing rust and paint
- Use for removing rust and paint
- Dremel's longest lasting brush
- Especially handy for cleaning hard-to-reach areas such as grooves and corners
SKINFUN Waterproof Portable Fing Brush Face and acial CleansBody Cleansing System with 3 Brush Heads for Pore Minimizer,Deep Cleansing,Gentle Exfoliating,Removing Blackhead and Massaging
Vermont American 16831 3-Inch Crimped Wire Cup Brush with 5/8-Inch Arbor
- High strength carbon steel wire provides long life
- Precision balanced cup virtually eliminates vibration. Fits all popular mini grinders
- Manufactured by advanced metering and flange crimping
Osborn 00051054SP 51054Sp Straight Wire Tube Brush, Carbon Steel, 0.006"
- Can be used as a hand tool, mounted in a drill press, or on a portable power tool
- Can be used for numerous internal cleaning jobs
- Double Stem, Double Spiral
Spin Scrubber Turbo Scrub - 360 Cordless Multi-Purpose Power Surface Scrubber and Cleaner
K9KONNECTION Dematting Rake Brush with Small Blades - Detangle Grooming Tool Easily Removes Mats, Knots & Tangles Quickly - Professional Mat Splitter for Dogs & Cats - Reduces Shedding (Large, Green)
Forney 72737 Wire End Brush, Coarse Crimped with 1/4-Inch Hex Shank, 1-Inch-by-.012-Inch
- Adds Extra shine to your product
- Crimped wire end brush, coarse, 1/4Hex shank,
- Manufactured in China
- Designed for easy access into narrow holes and confined areas
- Crimped style for light to medium duty applications
- Removes rust, scale and paint in hard to reach areas
- 1/4-Inch (6.35-mm) hex shank
- Works with any power drill or pneumatic air drill
Complete Set of Power Scrubbing Brush Drill Attachment for Cleaning Showers, Tubs, Bathrooms, Tile, Grout, Carpet, Tires, Boats - Soft, Medium and Stiff Bristle
BLACK+DECKER 70-609 3-Inch Wire Cup Brush Coarse
- Use of high quality wire steel to stand up to tough applications
- Removal of rust and paint on wood and metal
- Surface preparation for painting
- Metal finishing and polishing
10 Steps to Building a Kitchen Cook Top Island
If you know your way around power tools and have a little experience doing plumbing, electrical and carpentry work, you can install your own cook top island. Donâ€™t tell them this, but kitchen islands encourage kids to help with chores.
1. Sketch out your idea of the perfect cook top island using magazines, books and visits to home improvement stores so you get the lay of the land. Don't hesitate to "borrow" design ideas.
2. Assess the amount of space at your disposal. Get the height right: Islands typically range from 28-to-48 inches high. Rethink the project if your kitchen measures 8-by-12 feet or less, as you'll limit space so seriously, you could find it difficult to open drawers and cabinets.
3. Compare prices on cook top stove units using a reputable source like Consumer Reports magazine. Expect gas cook tops to cost more than electric ones. Check out glass and ceramic cook tops and specialty grill units for aesthetics and versatility. Purchase your cook top from a local merchant so if there's a problem or you need service, the retailer is close.
4. Order prefabricated cabinets to create a base for your island if you're starting from scratch. If money is no object, order custom-made units from a craftsman with a solid reputation for quality work.
5. Run electric and/or gas lines to the island site so the cook top's infrastructure is in place before cabinets arrive. Add plumbing if you're planning to include a sink in the island and there is currently no plumbing in place.
6. Frame up the island space using 2 x 4 sections of lumber. Anchor the frame to the floor with heavy-duty screws or bolts or you can allow the weight of the cabinets/countertop to hold the island components in place if you don't want to drill into the floor.
7. Install the cabinets, drilling holes where necessary to feed electrical wires and/or gas lines into the cabinet's interior in preparation for hooking up the cook top. Add drawers, cabinet fronts and decorative hardware.
8. Choose a counter top. Have the range cook top on hand when the island is measured so the manufacturer can cut the opening to the exact size needed to seat the range into the island.
9. Remove a ceiling section directly over the cook top to insert a vent and hood. Connect the wiring that controls an exhaust system that features an "updraft" vent style. Some homeowners like a second exhaust fan. While everything's exposed, you can modify ceiling lighting, too.
10. Re-plaster, sand and paint the ceiling once the exhaust hood is installed. Place the countertop on the island, sealing it with the medium recommended by the manufacturer. Seat and seal the cook top unit into the hole and connect up the electric and/or gas connections and controls.