Powered-Up Brush Quickly Cleans Waterers

I dreaded the weekly cleaning of the waterers in my turkey barns until I came up with a way to do the job much faster and with less effort. I cut the handle off a cleaning brush and drilled a ½-inch hole in the center. Then I slowly tapped a bolt with no box end into the brush. After I inserted the brush into my drill, I could clean the waterers in half the time. The brush is tough and efficient.

Benjamin Stahl from White, South Dakota

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