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Grout Scrub Brush

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Grout Scrub Brush

**PLEASE NOTE - Handles are Sold Separately - this product does work with most wooden handles though, because it has an adjustable tightening mechanism for the handle attachment.**

Scrub your grout with this light weight, polypropylene brush to remove dirt and soil buildup. Grout Scrub Brush is resistant to oil, solvents, and detergents. It is built on a thin poly block, and won't load, curl, or mat. This product is typically used in combination with a mop and bucket, or squeegee; also floor cleaner or detergent. Rinse and store brush in a dry area after use to ensure maximum performance. Depending upon the type of soil or debris being handled, Personal Protective Equipment may be required. It is tailored for scrubbing grout in kitchen and restroom floors.

Ideal for grout scrubbing tasks. For best results use in wet applications; will not absorb water or odors.

This product is premium quality, and able to meet the rigorous demands of tough environments including shipyards, warehouses, parking areas, garages, semi-trailers, cargo containers, repair shops, office buildings, and homes.

Grout Scrub Brush is sold in individual or case quantities. It accepts a threaded or tapered handle
  • Model: FLO 5320
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Grout Scrub Brush

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