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The Original Scrusher Boot & Shoe Brush
Easy to use! The Scrushers polyethylene bristles remove mud, grass clippings and other debris from boots BEFORE they enter your home or business. Steel and hard maple construction. Replaceable brushes. 11 1/2in. x 6 1/2in. x 5in. U.S.A. Material: Polyethylene bristles, Frame Material: Steel and hard maple, Dimensions L x W x H (in.): 11 1/2 x 6 1/2 x 5
USA Made Simple 3 Minute Brush Replacement
Original Scrusher by Chaseburg Mfg
Simple 3 Minute Brush Replacement
Gets all the mud off!
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16 of 16 found the following review helpful:
Works for "normal" sizes.Sep 27, 2009
By N. Ford
We've had one of these for 10 years and the brushes finally gave out, so we are on here ordering replacements. My wife loves it, but it is a little harder for me to get my size 12's into it. It *may* not do for people with even bigger sized feet.
15 of 15 found the following review helpful:
Works well in the summer and in the winterMay 09, 2011
By Ali Julia
I have a couple of Scrushes at my house. The one with the base is at the entrance that has stone steps, and the one without the base at the entrance that has wood steps. The Scrusher with a base allows you to put one foot on the base to hold it down, while you are cleaning the other shoe. The Scrusher without the base has to screwed down to the deck to stay in place while you are using it. You cannot use this Schrusher (without the base) without attaching it to something because as you clean your boot it will move around with with boot.
The Scrusher has brushes on the bottom and the sides so it scrapes the boot from the sides as well as from the bottom. It works well on scraping off garden dirt during the summer as well as snow during the winter. The stiff brushes do a good job cleaning without damaging/scratching the shoe.
I owned my Scrushes for 3 years, they stay outside all year round. The only down side is that metal parts began rusting on both of them, so I had to move the free standing Scrusher off the nice stone steps to avoid rusty stains. However the replacement steel base is sold separately so it can be replaced (to find the base search for Scrusher Boot Cleaner Base (Steel Base Only!))
I am attaching several photos of my Scrusher, so you can evaluate its condition and the amount of rust yourself.
Ali Julia review
17 of 18 found the following review helpful:
this really works!Jan 02, 2005
A local nature center has this outside the visitor's center -It cleaned ALL the mud caked in the tread of my sneakers. Now if I could just get my dog to use it...
9 of 9 found the following review helpful:
Rusted already - Mostly for snow.Nov 02, 2012
By M. S. Anderson
We live in a place where we often have a foot of snow on the ground for 4-5 months of the year.
Very sturdy and easy to install. The metal seems substantial enough to last.
Cleans the gunk off boots and should easily keep the amount of snow off of our waterhog carpet at our back entry door.
Rusts easily. I suspected this thing rusted rather easily looking at other peoples scrushers. I thought that I would add an extra coat of Rustoleum at the beginning of the this season to prevent it from rusting as easily. However.....
When I removed the brushes it was already rusting in various spots before my new scrusher has even seen outside duty. This is not ideal and makes me feel like it is lower quality than I had anticipated.
Normally, I expect that metal will potentially rust over a winter in the snow belt. The environment isn't very kind to metal things in our neck of the woods so I already do yearly rustoleum duty to slow the damage down on various metal objects I have. But,
I don't expect a new item to be rusting in a few spots right when I buy it.
I wish things could be made the way I imagined they were 20 years or so ago, when I was younger. It seems like powder coating should be more substantial and complete. Perhaps it is a sign of our age, but I yearn for better quality and longevity.
These days, it seems that in order to give things longevity, I have to do a lot of prevention and maintenance myself. Not a big problem since I am used to it to a degree, but I hope for more.
12 of 13 found the following review helpful:
scrusher boot and shoe brushJan 14, 2009
By James A. Marable
I gave this shoe brush to my son for Christmas. He lives in the the Sierra Nevada Foothills in Calif. They have heavy clay soil that gets tracked into the house, especially in the wet season. He is very pleased with the way the brushes clean off the sided and bottom of his boots. Also he was pleased when I told him the brushes are replaceable. Thanks for a great product.
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