“I have been compensated for this post in the form of a product. All opinions are mine and mine alone. This post is sponsored by Dremel“
We all have those cleaning tasks that we absolutely dread. For me, it’s the glass shower doors and the metal drip pans on my stove top. I know these tasks require a lot of elbow grease and I end up frustrated because they don’t come as clean as I would like. I have even tried all types of cleaning products on both surfaces, to no avail. Needless to say, when I was offered the Dremel Versa to review, I jumped at the chance.
The Dremel Versa is a handheld, cordless power cleaning tool designed to assist you with those tough cleaning jobs. With 2,200 RPM of power, it delivers consistent speeds to effortlessly scrub away dirt, dust, grime, and more. It comes with four interchangeable accessories that you can swap out in just seconds thanks to the hook and loop system. The Versa has a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that charges quickly with the included USB adapter. It also features a retractable splash guard allowing you to switch between wet and dry applications with ease. The compact, ergonomic design and textured, soft-grip makes it comfortable to handle and control.
The four accessories make the Versa a very versatile cleaning tool. The accessories include:
- White Melamine Eraser Pad for jobs or surfaces that require gentle application such as shower glass doors and counter tops.
- Blue Non-Scratch Pad for stuck or dried on messes. Ideal for cleaning inside the oven, the exterior of the grill, and much more.
- Bristle Brush for cleaning tight or hard-to-reach spaces including car wheels and sink faucets.
- Brown Heavy-Duty Pad for removing tough grime, stains, and rust on indoor and outdoor surfaces.
I couldn’t wait to put the Dremel Versa to work and see how well it performed. I noticed right away that it was lightweight and comfortable to hold, both of which help make it easier to control during use. The attachments were also super simple to change. After charging the tool for about 2 hours, I set out to tackle the soap scum that builds up on our glass shower doors. I used the white eraser pad and was immediately impressed. It cut though the buildup quickly and with less than half of the cleaning products I normally use. The Versa did start losing its charge right before I finished cleaning the door, so I had to stop and recharge it. This time, I let it charge for several hours and the battery lasted much longer.
I have also used it for my oven, my drip pans, the grout on my tile floor, my patio chairs, and much more. The Versa is straightforward and easy to operate. It is also water-resistant and comes with a splash guard allowing me to switch from wet to dry tasks with ease. This product is suitable for so many different types of messes and it has definitely cut my cleaning time tremendously. This means spending less time cleaning and more time doing things I enjoy.
You can purchase the Dremel Versa on Amazon for $49.97.
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