Choosing a Brush
Thicker bristles are more rigid and are therefore used on smooth floors or floors with small joints.
On uneven floors or those with deep joints, it is advisable to use softer bristles which can enter the gaps more easily.
Remember that when the bristles are worn and therefore too short, they will become rigid and are no longer able to penetrate and clean deep
down. Each Hammerhead 500SS scrubber uses two cylindrical scrub brushes. You’ll want one of each.
Polypropylene Brush (PPL) (Standard)
Used on all types of floors. Good resistance to wear and tear, and hot water (no greater than 50°C). The polypropylene is non-hygroscopic
and therefore retains its characteristics even when working in wet conditions.
Abrasive (Mid-Grit) Brush
The bristles of this type of brush are charged with highly aggressive abrasives. It is used to clean very dirty floors. To avoid floor damage, work
only with the pressure strictly necessary.
Cylindrical brushes are also available as part of the recommended 500SS Wearable Parts Kit.