The CYCLONE brush cleaner is the ultimate hydro-powered brush that requires no electricity, batteries or muscle power, just water!
Simply plug your CYCLONE into your standard hosepipe connection, turn on the tap, and place your thumb on the on/off variable control switch. Using your thumb push forward on the built-in switch.
Water will rush into the Cyclones built-in water turbine and convert the pressure into torque. This, in turn, will spin the brush head using slow speed but high torque. Controlled water jets keep the brush clean of debris as the cyclone powers through the dirt and grime.
The Cyclone comes supplied with a white soft nylon not scratch brush head for delicate applications and a tough bristled brush for tougher applications.
How fast does the brush spin?
This all depends on your mains water pressure, which typically can be anything from 30psi < 80psi. However, the Cyclone has been developed with torque in mind. So generally the brush spins at a moderate speed so that it will not spray water everywhere, but will run with enough torque to really allow you to press firmly when cleaning the job in hand.
Will the cyclone scratch my paintwork?
The white Cyclone brush has been manufactured from soft nylon to reduce any chance of scratching however it is always advised that you test your Cyclone out on a small area first as it's not possible for the manufacturer to test on all paint and surface types. If in any doubt please call us where we can advise.
Can I remove and change the brush heads easily?
Yes, the brush heads simply click on & off in a matter of seconds.
Can I switch the water pressure on/off from the Cyclone itself?
Yes near where the rubber handle grip is you will see the on/off switch that can be used for this.
Where can I buy a CYCLONE?
You can find a stockiest upon searching the web or by calling us we can also advise.
Can you use cleaning detergent with a Cyclone?
Yes, many people simply put the detergent straight onto the brush and clean this way or cover the area with detergent in which they wish to clean and then take the Cyclone to it.
Does Cyclone use electricity or batteries?
No Cyclone relies on your standard water pressure only.