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Electric Grout Cleaning Machine

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  • See user manual for more information
  • Clean tile grout with just soap and water or your favorite household cleaner
  • No more cleaning on your hands and knees
  • Brush housing and grime guard keep dirt and grime contained
  • One brush cleaning wheel lasts for approximately 500 to 1,000 sq ft of tile. Replace brush heads when needed
  • Safe on all types of grout
  • Please note: Do not use in standing water. Unplug before changing the cleaning brush wheel. Keep away from pets and children while in use
  • Made in China
Materials
ABS plastic housing, nylon brush
Includes
Electric Grout Cleaning Machine, brush wheel, 20' power cord
Dimensions
47" x 9.5" x 8"
Weight
4.5 lbs

Reviews
4.5 avg. (6 reviews)


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Electric Grout Cleaning Machine

$129.95

Clean tile grout from a standing position · Lightweight and easy to use · Safe on all types of grout
The Electric Grout Cleaning Machine by GroutGroovy! was invented to solve an old problem for DIYers—how to clean tile grout without getting on your hands and knees. It is the first electric, vertical rotating brush specifically designed to get between the tiles. It’s an incredibly lightweight, safe, and makes easy work of this formerly tough task.
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Harold Becker

Just like other homeowners with tile throughout their homes, Harold Becker, creator of GroutGroovy!, was frustrated with the time and effort it took to keep his grout clean. Hiring a cleaning company to do it was expensive and getting down on hands and knees to do it was a pain. Harold knew there had to be an easier way. He started with turning a wire wheel sideways and knew he was onto something. He worked with engineers and manufacturers to create the first prototype and it was an immediate hit. Now his hard-working cleaning machine is making easy work of this formerly tough task.