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post #1 of Old 02-19-2015, 09:29 AM Thread Starter
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Best Grout Brush?

Wondering what brand of grout brush other pro's are using and what have you had the most success with? Up until a few months ago we were just using the basic grout brushes. Found the Shark grout brush and I've got to say it really works well. Just wondering if there is another awesome grout brush out there as I would like to find the absolute best grout brush available.
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I don't think there is such a thing. It pretty much boils down to how effective your cleaning agent is. Been using a 4$ one and it works just fine but I might be just me being Asian.

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While I agree that chemistry is most important, I can tell you that I have used the cheap grout brushes, in switching to the shark grout brush I noticed a pretty big difference in effectiveness and a slightly reduced dwell time over the cheapies. Just got me wondering what brush is king, as i look for every advantage in speed and effectiveness with my tooling.
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we use a brush called the ultimate grout brush, its angled to get right into the heart of the grout
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Yeah, the shark brush is angled as well. The only drawback for me on the shark brush is that the bristles are a bit too stiff. Higher grout lines are a bit of a pain with the shark, just ordered a softer carlisle brush for higher grout lines, will let you all know how well it works out.

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