Brush Hero

You may have seen this product on Shark Tank where the investors can be quite ruthless. But, I thought I would give this gadget a go on my own car especially during the winter and spring months when dirt and pollen can give your car’s wheels an unexpected new look within hours.

The Brush Hero is designed to clean your tires, hub caps, and rims without a battery or power cable meaning you can keep it in your car and use it at any time.

It is powered by the water pressure from a hose, which keeps the brush spinning rapidly, and there is an on and off switch that allows you to adjust the flow without having to walk back to the spigot to turn off the water.

I did notice that depending upon the water pressure, the speed would understandably slow down. This makes it tough to use with some hoses (especially in areas where water conservation measures are in force) or in some areas where an electronic spinning brush would work better. For lighter cleanings of your car or even lawn furniture and kids toys, it is quite handy though.

Children might even enjoy getting in on the chores when it comes to using the Brush Hero. It is easy to twist onto the mouth of a standard garden hose and if screwed on properly, it doesn’t leak any water from the edge.

There are two brushes designed for lighter or tougher use, and both work well with standard cleaning supplies.

The Brush Hero spinning attachment retails on its own website or Amazon for $35, which is a slick bargain, but also explains why it won’t do the same job as your neighborhood car wash.

All in all, it is a great gadget for the do-it-yourself handyman and outdoorsman that likes to keep things looking perfect.

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Ramsey Qubein is a travel journalist who has visited 154 countries covering the hotel and airline industry from every corner of the globe. His work appears in travel publications and outlets including Travel+Leisure, Business Traveller, Airways, Singapore Airlines’ Silver Kris, US Airways magazine, Northstar Travel Media, Yahoo Travel, and BBC. He serves as the National Hotels Travel Examiner and writes for numerous blogs and web sites. He travels more than 350,000 miles a year and is highly recognized as an expert in loyalty programs, business travel and the luxury travel segment. You can follow him on Twitter at DailyTravelTips or at his website

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