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wire brush

n
1. (Metallurgy) a brush having wire bristles, used for cleaning metal, esp for removing rust, or for brushing against a cymbal
2. (Instruments) a brush having wire bristles, used for cleaning metal, esp for removing rust, or for brushing against a cymbal
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Janice Withington, by email AALLOW the marks to dry and then rub them over with steel wool or a wire brush. The block paving will look very clean but it'll weather again after about a month.
We took them apart and used a DeWalt with a wire brush and sanding disc to clean them up.
Keep your driveway, patio, decking and path clear of dirt, moss and weeds with this brilliant bargain wire brush set.
For those that have painted their gutters and downspouts in the past, keep an eye out for any rust or peeling paint and get rid of them by using a scraper or wire brush.
* Around wire brush, about the diameter of the barrel bore, mounted on a long rod,
I've tried Nitromors and a wire brush, which worked to a certain extent but it's very patchy.
The best way to attack this is with a stiff broom or wire brush and remove as much as possible.
You'll need a few important tools: a wire brush; a combination wide-toothed and narrow toothed comb; a matt cutter and a flea comb.
The newest kid on the block is a wire brush. Stick it in the end of your recip saw and scrub away dirt, rust and unwanted paint.
On wood, a scrub with a wire brush and a dab or two of teak oil will do the trick.
Remove the old linings and adhesive residue with a wire brush. Apply new adhesive, NSN 8040-01484-0416,10 the replacement linings using an acid swabbing brush, NSN 7920-00-514-2417.