a brush with stiff, short bristles for scrubbing.
- Also called scrubbing brush .
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Just remember to suit up correctly, as it covers a wide surface and can spread cleaning supplies more widely than a manual scrub brush.Grout scrub brushes that tackle even the toughest stains | PopSci Commerce Team | January 19, 2021 | Popular-Science
A good scrub brush makes all the difference, and can save you the expense of relaying floors or walls.Grout scrub brushes that tackle even the toughest stains | PopSci Commerce Team | January 19, 2021 | Popular-Science
Few runners want to do semicircle loops through dusty scrub brush, risking a rolled ankle or snakebite, all under the blazing sun.Can a hunter outrun an antelope? This ultra-marathoner is finding out. | By Christine Peterson/Outdoor Life | November 23, 2020 | Popular-Science
Give your cutting board a good rinse and rub down with a dish cloth or scrub brush.
On both sides and in front arose a series of rocks, more or less steep, and covered only with scrub brush, impossible to ascend.The Boy Land Boomer | Ralph Bonehill
Finger nails cut even with end of fingers and cleaned daily with scrub brush.A Civic Biology | George William Hunter
But when Gail found her with soap and scrub-brush polishing off each precious ball, she was forced to curb her zealous gardening.At the Little Brown House | Ruth Alberta Brown
Hence, in the west, it has come to mean any low or scrub brush that thickly covers a hill or mountain-side.The Lake of the Sky | George Wharton James
Nowhere was there any shade except the tiny pools of shadow at the roots of the scrub brush.Under Handicap | Jackson Gregory