Time is slipping away from us – literally! It feels like we’re on a race as soon as our eyes open in the morning and admittedly it’s incredibly frustrating. We’re made to find the most efficient ways to do our tasks and chores so that we can shower and hop back into bed at a reasonable time each night. But you know what’s the most challenging part to be quick and purposeful at? Cleaning. No matter how fast you scrub with your hands or wipe it down with absorbent cloths and tissues, it never seems to get done on time.

Dovety, a newcomer in the world of household cleaning solutions, has their electric spin scrubber! It’s designed to tackle dirt and grime with ease – making cleaning easier, effective and more importantly: efficient. It’s a dream come true for us who always feel like in a rush.

In this article, we’ll dive into the electric spin scrubber and how its eight brush heads are used in different scenarios. 

How to Use Dovety Electric Spin Scrubber:

If you’ve read our previous article, you’ll have already been aware that the electric spin scrubber comes with a set of eight brush heads, a retractable handle and a long battery life. To assemble the scrubber, you have to follow these steps:

  • Assemble the Scrubber: Start by familiarizing yourself with the instruction manual. Make sure to follow the easy steps in order to assemble the electric spin scrubber in working manner.
  • Attach the Desired Brushing Head: After assembling the electric spin scrubber, you can now attach the appropriate brush head. Appropriate in this scenario means that the brush head is compatible with the surface you’re working on.
  • Apply Cleaning Solution: With the brush head attached, pour over a cleaning solution on the surface you’d like to work on whether that’s a bathroom tile, kitchen countertop or even the outside of your car!
  • Power On the Scrubber: With the cleaning solution evenly coating your choice of surface, turn on the electric spin scrubber and adjust the speed setting to one that suits your cleaning needs.
  • Begin Cleaning: Touch the brush head to the surface and gently maneuver the electric spin scrubber across. Let the brush head do the hard work for you because the combination of the bristles and speed can effectively clean the dirt and grime away. 

Notice that the power scrubber is not meant to clean surfaces with a lot of friction, such as carpets or rugs. Also, do not press too hard, or the device will automatically pause to protect the motor. It takes 3-5 seconds before you can restart it.

  1. Rinse and Repeat: After cleaning, rinse the surface with water to remove any remaining cleaning solution and debris. If necessary, repeat the cleaning process for stubborn stains or heavily soiled areas.
  2. Detach and Clean the Brushing Head: Last but not the least, detach the brush head from the electric spin scrubber and clean off the mix of solution and dirt thoroughly. This ensures the longevity and performance of the electric spin scrubber.

Introducing 8 Brushing Heads and Their Usage Scenarios:

Having said that the electric spin scrubber comes with eight different brush heads that cater to specific cleaning tasks, let’s explore each of its features and uses to help you get a better understanding of which brush head to use for each scenario:

Small Brush Head

First, the small brush head. It has durable bristles that tackle a wide range of surfaces, stains and dirt such as the shower, kitchen, stove, grill top, counters, doors, small shelves, soap scum, grime and grease. It’s one of the most versatile brush heads amongst the eight offered by Dovety and for good reason! Imagine finding yourself on one Friday afternoon, rushing to clean your home because you suddenly had last minute plans to go out the next day. Using this brush head actually allows you to tackle most areas of your home and leave them sparkling clean while relieving you of the stress most of us usually have when we leave the house dirty or unorganized.

Large Brush Head

Second, the large brush head. It’s quite similar to the small brush head in terms of the wide range of areas it can clean such as hard floors, tiles, large walls, doors and glass, counters and patio furniture. In fact, it’s easy to distinguish that both small and large brushes are complementary to one another because the small brush head can tackle the smaller areas while the large brush head can tackle large flat surfaces – together, they allow you to clean your entire home, literally! Imagine cutting your entire cleaning session in half because you had these two brush heads alone!

Sponge Brush Head

Even if the small brush head is more than capable of cleaning the kitchen, there are certain surfaces like ceramic and metal that are quite sensitive to clean. This is where the sponge brush head comes in! It’s perfect for cleaning those specific sensitive materials that are often found on countertops, sinks, stovetops and appliances – and for saying goodbye to grease and food residue for good!

Pointed Brush Head and Imitation Wool Cloth

Fourth are the pointed brush head and imitation wool cloth brush head. They come together because they’re the perfect duo to clean and polish hard-to-reach corners of the home such as tiles and grout. They can even be used as some form of enhancement to the small brush head by doing a double-cleanse as well – ultimately redefining what a deep clean means to you!

Big Cloth Brush Head

While this brush head can be mainly used for baseboards, this can also be used during those times where you don’t necessarily need a deep clean but you definitely need to wipe down the surfaces of your home because they’ve accumulated dust. So, if you’re the type of person who doesn’t like their home to be in any state of dirt then this brush head will be your new sidekick!

Fiber Sponge Brush Head

Sixth is the brush head for windows. While self-explanatory, it’s still important to remind you that this is perfect for cleaning windows and glass surfaces without leaving streaks and scratches. Making all glass elements in your home Pinterest-worthy!

Small Cloth Brush Head

Last but certainly not the least, the brush head for upholstery! This is our personal favorite within the team as its gentle bristles can clean sofas, chairs and car seats – making it possible for us to sit on these without worrying over whether we’re spreading bacteria or not. Plus, it makes our furniture look so refreshed! 

How to Clean Electric Spin Scrubber:

While the electric spin scrubber is a powerful tool, it is only effective when it’s properly cleaned and maintained. Here’s how to upkeep your own electric spin scrubber effectively:

  1. Remove Brushing Head: Remove the brush head as it must be cleaned separately to provide better control over the water you’ll use to wash them. It’s also incredibly important to not submerge the main body of the scrubber into the water as it may damage the machine inside!
  2. Clean Brushing Head: Clean the brush head first by running it under warm water, removing the debris and using a cleaning solution to remove any stubborn residue. Then wash it away before placing it in a cool place to dry.
  3. Wipe Down Housing: Then, focus on cleaning the body by wiping it down with a dry cloth to remove any dirt or grime.
  4. Air Dry Thoroughly: Last but not the least, let the brush head and scrubber air dry before either reassembling or storing. Letting them dry beforehand prevents the growth of mold or mildew.


Overall, the Dovety electric spin scrubber is a convenient and effective solution for your cleaning needs. One of its star features is its versatility – with eight brush heads, you can clean every surface in your house imaginable and leave them sparkling and bacteria-free! Say goodbye to cleaning by hand and hello to efficient cleaning with Dovety!

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