Mold is often a very nasty visitor to have in your home. It comes unexpected, it refuses to leave, and you’re always sorry it visited.
Sometimes it’s relatively easy to deal with mold – you spray it with some mold remover or white vinegar, you scrub it with a brush or a rag, and it goes away. Except sometimes it doesn’t. Sometimes you need a heavy duty mold cleaner and a ton of scrubbing. It’s for those cases that people have developed strong and powerful brushes, so that you can effectively remove all the unwanted guests from your walls, carpet and furniture.
Here we have compiled a quick list of the top 3 mold remover brushes available to us. If you are having trouble getting rid of mold, these tools are certain to come to good use.
Winner: Quickie Scrub Brush with Microban
First on our list is this very cool and conventional Quickie brush. The Quickie scrub brush is a very versatile tool that every home owner would be happy to have in their arsenal. Its scrub feathers are made of extra-long fibers that are a shaped in a pointed design. This allows for the brush to more easily reach tight spots. And don’t be mistaken to think that the significant length of the bristles causes them to bend and be inefficient – they very stiff and retain their shape as they work.
The exact dimensions of the brush are as follows:
- From the tip of the brush to the tip of the handle: 12 3/4 inches.
- From the tip of the brush to the bottom of the blue handle: 8 inches.
- From the tip of the brush to the bottom of the "Quickie" logo: 10 inches.
- From the tip of the brush to the "Hanging Hole" at the top of the handle: 12 inches.
- The hanging hole’s length is 1/2" and its width is: 5/8 inches.
Another aspect of the Quickie scrub brush that contributes to its versatility is the handle’s design which also helps it to reach even the hardest to access corners. The brush fibers have also been treated with Microban antimicrobial product protection, which helps them be extra effective against any mold, mildew and other bacteria. The raised handle also helps by keeping your hand and fingers away from the water and the cleaning products you might use. Plus, the ergonomic design of the handle makes it much more comfortable to use.
Runner-Up: Fugenial "Fuginator" Tile Joint Brush
The Fuginator, otherwise known as the Fugenial Tile Joint Brush, is the second entry in our Top 3. It has four different colored bristles, allowing you to assign any of them to different problems and thus prevent cross contamination.
This versatile brush is perfect for much more than just mold – it can clean all cement and elastic grouting, as well as dirt or any other problem that might be plaguing your kitchen or bathroom tiles. The plastic bristles are designed in such a way that they transform the dirt from the joints thoroughly. The handle itself is ergonomically designed, allowing for both comfortable use and targeted powerful action. This means that the Fuginator works with your motions and makes the most of your efforts, making for more effective and more efficient scrubbing.
The Fuginator is suitable for both right-handers and left-handers. It is deformation-free and it floats in water. It is also resistant to alkalis and acids and can be sterilized. Its dimensions are 6.3 x 0.8 x 3.1 inches and it weighs just 2.88 ounces which further contributes to its ability for longer use without tiring the user’s hand.
Our last entry is this OXO good grips deep clean brush set. The set includes two separate brushes, both designed for heavy duty dirt cleaning from all possible hard to reach spots in your home. Both brushes are made with bristles from a sturdy nylon and have soft and comfortable no-slip handles.
The larger brush is designed specifically for scrubbing grout, shower door tracks and more. It also has a nice, no-slip thumb pad on the back of the bristles, allowing for comfortable control over the brush.
The small brush, on the other hand, has a compact bristle head and a pointed bristle profile. It is perfect for cleaning in and around features, thin lines and other tight spots. It also has a built-in wiper blade that works wonders on drains and other crevices.
These are our suggestions for your mold troubles. If you don’t have a strong enough brush at home to deal with a mold infestation, one of these brushes might be just what you need.
We ourselves are partial to the Fuginator because of its unique, four-color design and its versatility. Plus, we admit, the name Fuginator gets bonus points too.
But anyway, each of the other brushes has a very unique design as well and will be a great instrument in your battle against mold. In fact, they would be one of your best instruments against it.