A: It is not replaceable at this time.
A: I don’t have Travertine, but I don’t see why it couldn’t.
A: I wouldn't recommend it; Travertine is relatively brittle and can chip or crack very easily.
A: Yes, many people use the No Knees Floor Scrub for this purpose.
A: No. It will not scratch wood, it is a gentle yet effective brush. It was just what I needed to scrub baseboards and tile floors.
A: Its safer to err on the side of caution with ceilings. -Ceilings can get by with softer woods and less durable sealants because they won’t experience foot traffic or furniture as a floor does. - Age of the ceiling and time since the last treatment (if any) could affect durability as well. General advice for project like this. - Do not assume your cleaning tool, cloths, and chemical will be okay. - Test your planned cleaning process in a small spot that is hard to see. A closet, corner that doesn’t get direct light, etc. - Let your test spot fully dry from whatever chemicals you apply. Even if you’re just using water, let the wood have time to completely air out. I give it an overnight if I’m uncertain of what I’m working with. - If you like the look of your test spot, proceed.
|Name||No Knees Floor Scrub Brush||Lock-On Swivel Grout Brush||No Knees Floor Scrub Brush (2-Pack)||Bucket Brush|
|Cleaning Tool Type||Scrub Brush||Tile and Grout Brush||Scrub Brush||Tile and Grout Brush|
|Bristle Stiffness||Hard Bristle||Hard Bristle||Hard Bristle|
|Bristle Material||Recycled PET||Poly||Recycled PET||Polypropylene|
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