The new brushes are compatible with all Dremel multi-tools including the fast-change SpeedClic system. They have been developed specifically for cleaning delicate surfaces and getting into tight, intricate shapes for tough restoration projects without damaging the workpiece.
The Coarse 36 Grit brush is designed for light rust removal from metal or steel.
The Medium 120 Grit brush is for light paint removal from wood.
And the Fine 220 Grit abrasive brush removes tarnish from brass.
Other applications include cleaning aluminium, plastic and vinyl. They will also smooth wood and de-bur after carving or routing.
The three wheels are colour-coded for easy identification. There’s also no need for compound any more – the abrasive is impregnated within the rubber wheel so the grit will last for the life of the accessory.
“These new detail abrasive brushes will improve the sanding capabilities of our tools,” says Nick Longford, Dremel Brand Manager. “They will remove the exterior, surface layer without damage to the base layer below. They also allow sanding of contours and details, as well as in hard-to-reach areas”.
Priced £6.99 (SSP) each, the abrasive brushes will be available online at http://www.dremel-direct.com
For more info, visit the Dremel website: http://www.dremel.co.uk