Small agitation tool

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Have you guys ever used something like this for Agitation on stairs or upholstery?

Got drill bit from Amazon it’s the softest one...
 

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Have you guys ever used something like this for Agitation on stairs or upholstery?

Got drill bit from Amazon it’s the softest one...
No. How do you like it?

It’s bomb bro get one they save so much time plus customers love seeing it in action since it’s so rare to see a cc use one!
 
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I have about a dozen drill brushes, white, green, red and black, big, small, and a couple that look like toilet brushes. Mostly use them for hard surfaces but also on carpet and upholstery. Also have some pad holders for the drill.


Did you consider getting an angled buffer type tool?

Why not?

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Drill brushes won't work on an angle grinder because angle grinders don't have a drill chuck to hold them. Polishers work too but only have polishing/buffing type pads, so if you want a brush, you still are out of luck. I've used an angle drill though.
 
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Have you guys ever used something like this for Agitation on stairs or upholstery?

Got drill bit from Amazon it’s the softest one...
No. How do you like it?

It’s bomb bro get one they save so much time plus customers love seeing it in action since it’s so rare to see a cc use one!

Did you consider getting an angled buffer type tool?

Why not?

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The tip needs to be tightened like a drill bit...
 
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Have you guys ever used something like this for Agitation on stairs or upholstery?

Got drill bit from Amazon it’s the softest one...
No. How do you like it?

It’s bomb bro get one they save so much time plus customers love seeing it in action since it’s so rare to see a cc use one!
I will take your advice. I will get one. Where did you get it?
 

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I have a couple brush bits and rarely use them. Only on cpt. I prefer a car buffer with terry cloth bonnets. I have the 6 and 10" units. The cheap black and decker ones. I've found that the terry bonnets will agitate and absorb at the same time and you don't run any risk of damaging anything.
 
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My Host 12 inch zebra brushs do a fantastic job as a stand alone 50 % of the time .
I use a Makita with pads , blue micro , and Bonnetpro cotton 8 inch bonnets from the cimex .