Model # 0018210000

Internet #203124354

Wooster 6 in. Longneck Wire Brush with Scraper

Discontinued Wooster

6 in. Longneck Wire Brush with Scraper

  • Brush and scrape with one tool
  • Scraper is permanently locked into the brush
  • Knuckle-guard handle style protects fingers

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Product Overview

Wooster Prep Crew Longneck wire brushes are two tools in one, a dual position handle attacks brushing or scraping by just turning the brush over. Each brush contains over 80 yards of wire for maximum performance. The rust-resistant 3 in. wide scraper is permanently secured to the brush handle.

  • Packed with industrial-strength bristles
  • Staggered tufts of wire instead of rows eliminates rake marks
  • Full size handle for a better grip and added comfort
  • Handle with exclusive wrap-around "knuckle guard" design to protect fingers
  • Finger grips are molded into the handle for add control, and reduced fatigue
  • Splinter-proof polypropylene handle instead of wood
  • Made in USA

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6 in. Longneck Wire Brush with Scraper is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great brush, a must have I bought this for paint/rust scraping and brushing mortar/cement. I've used it mostly on taking out caulk stains from my front door install. I also used it to clean up some brick after repointing. It works well and the bristles are tough. I consider it a must have for any DIYer.
Date published: 2016-09-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Scraper nice handle easy to use. my daughter is using it on her house now.
Date published: 2016-06-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Grip isn't that very ergo friendly If you have a large surface area to loosen or strip, don't use this one. It isn't meant for extended use because your hands get tired and cramped from trying to grip and push the brush against the surface. tool. There were other sizes and varieties of those tools with different grips. Find one that will allow you to easily apply a 2 hand pressure in the direction of the surface. In my case I was brushing off loose, flakey paint from a basement wall. Facing straight on to the wall and even sideways, it was difficult to hold and push against the surface at the same time. Yes, I underestimated the bursh for the size of the work surface. So I recommend you consider this more for stripping thin, smaller items like an iron rail or similar surface.
Date published: 2015-12-12
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