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As a Dremel Brand Ambassador, we use a ton of different Dremel tools here at the House of Wood. We have a couple of these Dremel Versa Power Cleaner Tools and we use them inside the house and out in the workshop. We keep one by the sink to scrub hard-to-clean pots and pans and another one with our car-cleaning stuff. My daughter loves to help clean the truck tires with the Versa – such a good little helper. Start ’em young, amiright?
The Dremel Versa is obviously faster and more effective than cleaning by hand – it tackles grease and grime, taking the “elbow” out of “elbow grease!” It’s waterproof and versatile – it can be used to clean sinks, shower doors, grout lines, tiles, drains, ovens, pots and pans, automobile wheels, boats, golf clubs, grills… you name it! This little tool is a must-have and it makes life so much easier! It’s also cordless, with a USB rechargeable battery.
The Dremel Versa Power Cleaner Variety Pack comes with an eraser pad – melamine foam that removes dirt and marks from hard surfaces without damaging them. The non-scratch pad is a microfiber sponge that should be used on more delicate surfaces like stove tops and stainless steel. The heavy-duty pad is a microfiber sponge for more stubborn stains and grease.
I like to use the Dremel Stylo+ for craft projects. I have maximum control because of its slim and compact size and there’s minimum vibration so I can work on fine detailed applications without getting hand cramps. The grip is comfortable, just like holding a pencil.
I used the Stylo+ when I made these personalized leather keychains. Aren’t they cute?
You can use the Dremel Stylo+ on wood, glass, stone, and metal. If you’re in the market for some handy household tools, check out these Dremel tools. You can find them at HomeDepot.com.
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