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Eastwood Cylindrical Wire Brush - 5 pack is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 35.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works well but wears down quickly I bought this set of brushes to clean inside the rear frame rails of my '65 Mustang. 40 years of gunk and rust were whisked away quickly and easily. The brushes worked great BUT once they conform to a small space (slightly smaller diameter than a brush) , they stay at the smaller diameter. They do not spring back. Once they loose the original diameter you will need to move on to a new brush if brush size is important for your project. It would be nice if they were made out of a springier material. I would buy these again as they do work great.
Date published: 2013-04-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from very disappointed with this product i had much higher expectations of this product the arbor for one is made of very cheap metal therefore when you put any kind of pressure on the brush the drill chuck just can't grab the arbor because the metal is way to soft,also you can't bend these brushes at all to get them in tight places i went through three of them in no time and just stopped using them as i felt they are a waste of money maybe i'll find something a little easier to use the remaining two brushes on,they are just not intented for tight spots at all i'm sure eastwood can come up with a better product then this .....
Date published: 2013-11-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Dissapointed with this product The wires on the brush quickly spun off leaving strands all over the place. The core bent easily and created a hazard. Overall, other tools such as wire wheels and sanding discs are better. The concept is great as the length and size will get to areas no other tool can reach.
Date published: 2012-11-06
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Will a 1/4" drill chuck work? I.E. what is the diameter of the shaft?

Asked by: flanch
Once I submitted this question I was given the opportunity to go on-line and answer my own question. This seems somewhat ironic as I was the one with the question in the first place. Oh-well, I called Eastwood at customer service was kind enough to answer the question. The answer is 5/16"
Answered by: flanch
Date published: 2017-02-08

Would the wires in these be considered "course" (.015" diameter) or "fine" (.01" diameter)?

Asked by: brett45209
Hello, The wires on the cylinder brushes would be considered course.
Answered by: Ed O 88
Date published: 2017-09-16
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Eastwood Cylindrical Wire Brush - 5 pack

Item #13902 Brand: Eastwood

Works with your drill to scrape away rust, paint and other coatings

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Only $15.99

Sale $12.97


5 Cylindrical Wire Brushes work with your drill to scrape away rust, paint and more with just a pull of the trigger.

  • Clean tubes, pipes, and more
  • Brush section is 2" in diameter, 4" long
  • 6" long overall

Use these 5 Cylindrical Wire Brushes in your corded or cordless drill to remove rust, paint and other coatings.

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About Eastwood Cylindrical Wire Brush - 5 pack

5 wire brushes are designed to speed-up the rust and paint removal process on large surfaces, whether flat, contoured or hollow. Use for cleaning tubes, gratings, sleeves and cylinders.


5 Cylindrical Wire Brushes


Do not operate your drill faster than 3,000 RPM. Wear safety glasses while using.

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