The Dremel Versa Power Cleaner is an interesting tool to be testing in the shop because of the type of work and materials that I typically use. I had to think long and hard about how exactly I could use the Dremel Versa Power Cleaner in a woodworking shop and give an honest review. The "cleaning" in my shop is typically done with a vacuum and involves mass amounts of wood shavings, so a hand-held, compact tool cleaning tool isn't something that I can use on an everyday basis. However, I was able to find a few convenient ways to use this tool in the shop. Also, since the Dremel Vera Power Cleaner is technically a "cleaning" tool, I thought I'd let my assistant Kate try it out at home for a week and get her thoughts on it so I could give you guys a well-rounded review and let you know what this thing really works best for....
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The Dremel Versa Power Cleaner is the fastest cleaning tool on the market that does hard work so you don't have to. With a rechargeable lithium ion battery that holds a charge for 18 months, the Dremel Versa Power Cleaner provides superior and consistent speed. Dremel definitely takes the cake on battery life with a battery that lasts for up to 18 months with one charge. Not only does it have a long-lasting battery, but it comes with a USB adapter that provides the fastest charge so the tool is ready when you are. So now you may ask what a "fast charge" is....The power cleaner only needs to charge for 2 hours before it is ready for use. This is awesome, and products that charge quickly but have a long lasting battery are something that cannot be beat. The Dremel Versa Power Cleaner comes with 4 interchangeable brushes to assist with various needs and is water resistant, allowing for use in both wet and dry applications. The Dremel Versa Power Cleaner fits nicely in your hand while allowing you to maintain control. Basically, to sum it up, this thing allows you to clean/scrub/polish but puts in the effort for you.
The Dremel Versa Power Cleaner comes in right under $50 at $49.98. The $49.98 price includes 4 interchangeable pads for various surfaces, and a usb charging port. You can purchase a replacement pad for $9.99/ea. This is not an unreasonable price for such a versatile, long lasting tool.
If you're looking for something to help scrub the workshop, then you're probably looking in the right place. But as far as cleaning surfaces like metal and paint for the type of work I do , i think this tool is a bit under powered. I would keep it for random occasions where it could possibly be applicable to what I do, but it will most likely not see much time in my work flow. Now as far as use in the home goes, I asked Kate what she thought about this after using it around her home for one week and she only had positive things to say. "This is a great tool for bathrooms and kitchens if you're using it around the house. I was able to effortlessly scrub the tile in my bathroom and quickly deep clean my counter tops and stove without any problems. The Dremel Versa Power Cleaner is definitely a handy tool to have in the closet for deep cleaning jobs."
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