Are Drillbrush Scrubber Attachments Any Good? What To Know Before Buying One

If you're looking for a more efficient way to get cleaning done around the house, there's a range of products that can transform a standard household drill into an ultimate cleaning machine. Whether you're cleaning glass, cabinets, or rougher materials like brick, this mighty gadget can help make spring cleaning a breeze.

The Drillbrush Power Scrubber attachments are a range of drill extensions that turn your cordless drill into a cleaning utensil. The brush is made by Useful Products LLC and was invented while the company's founder was seeking quick ways to clean tires at his local car wash. With several brush sizes and bristle materials, the brush can be used for a wide range of applications, including upholstery, kitchen appliances, tiles, and linoleum. As stated by Drillbrush, their products have been purchased by millions of professional cleaners, homeowners, craftsmen, and pet owners.

If you have a spare drill lying around, the Drillbrush Power Scrubber attachments may be a great way to restore a rusty old tool into a cleaning wizard. The attachments have plenty to offer, but what should you know before purchasing one, and are they worth it?

How does a Drillbrush Power Scrubber work?

Thanks to its 1/4" stainless steel shaft, the Drillbrush Power Scrubber attachment can be used with practically any standard electric drill. The quick-change brushes can also work with impact drivers, which utilize higher RPM settings. To install the attachment, insert the shaft into the chuck on your drill, then turn the chuck to tighten it. If you're using an impact driver, the mechanism should lock automatically when inserting the attachment.

As well as the easy installation process, the drill attachment also requires minimal maintenance. You can remove dirt by rinsing the power scrubber under running water (after removing the attachment) or use a cleaning solution for a deeper clean. Useful Products LLC even offers its own cleaning product, Drill-Tergent, that can be used with all its products.

Due to electricity hazards, it's strongly recommended not to use the Drillbrush Power Scrubber with a corded drill given the environments it's used in. There are plenty of cordless drill brands, however, that offer lightweight, versatile power tools for any handyman.