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Cleaning up stuck-on grime and grout just got easier with the Rubbermaid Power Scrubber.
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When the kitchen and bathroom are in dire need of a deep cleansing the thought can be daunting and the labor exhausting. Rubbermaid’s tiny but powerful electric brush makes manual scrubbing obsolete. At 60 scrubs per second, it’s twice as fast as doing the work by hand. So not only does it make scrubbing all those nooks and crannies less of a chore, but it also gets the job done much quicker.
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The Rubbermaid Power Scrubber comes with three different brush heads to suit different tasks: a small multi-purpose brush for tight spaces and small fixtures, a large multi-purpose brush for big projects like sinks and stoves and a grout brush for corners. The device also has “pulse” and “continuous scrubbing” settings to tackle all different kinds of household muck.
You can pretty much blast away dirt from all the hard-to-reach places in your home with little effort. Say goodbye to clumps of dirt on the rim of your faucet and stubborn grease on your stove. Right now it’s less than $20 on Amazon where 8,262 customers gave it an average four-and-a-half-star rating.
“My pink-tiled shower, the one that came with my scummy apartment, the one that never looks clean no matter how many hours of backbreaking (and, more precisely, bicep-burning) labor I put in, now looks bright, clean, full of promise,” one reviewer on Amazon said.
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