BB2010 Bucket Brush
Primo Tools Bucket Brush
Easy cleaning of residual mortar and grout from the mixing bucket. Simply add a few inches of water in the bottom of the bucket and with dual cleaning action of sprayed water and turbo brush action, mixing buckets come clean.
- Power driven turbo-scrubbing cleaning action
- Fast and easy to use
- Saves money by speeding-up end of day clean-up
- Great for cleaning mortar and grout residue from buckets
- Designed to use a ½" portable drill to provide the power
- Not only does the Bucket Brush save time, it saves the environment. Mixing buckets can now be recycled
Ratings & Reviews
by Brian -
I thought for sure this would be worth the money, but it just didn't perform well. They need more abrasive stuff on it. Plastic versus thinset --- not effective. I don't think it's worth taking up space in the van. It cleaned maybe 1/4 th or 1/3rd of the bucket at best. If you try cleaning the top part, water flies out and all over everything. So I still had to pull out the metal scouring pad which works fine. Someone will improve this and make it more flexible and abrasive in the future.
ANOTHER TOOL THAT SOLVES A DIFFICULT TASK
by ROBERT -
CLEANING BUCKETS IS A PAIN. CLEANING BUCKETS WITH THE BUCKET BRUSH MAKES A TOUGH TASK EASY. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT FOR ANY TILE PRO. TREAT YOUR HELPER TO IT, HE OR SHE WILL BE GRATEFUL.
GOOD TOOL FOR TOUGH TASK
by ROBERT -
I USED THIS TOOL WITH SUCCESS. IT DOES WHAT IT SAYS IT WILL DO. FINAL RINSE WITH A SPONGE AND YOUR BUCKET SHOULD BE GOOD TO GO. YOUR HANDS ARE NOT IN DIRTY CEMENTICIOUS WATER THAT YOU KNOW ARE GOING TO HURT YOUR BARE HANDS.
Try something else
by TileSetter -
It is way to big in size ,clean 1/4 out of the bucket / if you use this to clean upper part of the bucket , water will be all over / not worth the money . I will not recommend to any one .
Cool idea, especially on freezing cold nights!
by John M
I don't care if it should make a little mess. I know when it's going to be 6:00pm and 20° out, that the last thing I'm going to want to do is stick my hand in an icy cold bucket to clean it out.
Like all cocky experienced tile mechanics, I stuck it in a half full bucket of water. Big mistake it will spin every drop out of the bucket.
All you need is to fill the spinner with water and let it do its thing. After getting used to it, buckets that had old thinset on them are becoming cleaner. Let it do the work and a quick sponge around the edge and you're done.
Great idea. I will say, initially I thought it was way too short, but in reality, I don't mind because the fact that it is short means less mass to spin, which means I can throw my cordless drill on it without over-working it.