They come in various types, and that makes them
The thing with all these industrial brushes is they come in different shapes, sizes and the brushings in them made from varying material. The commonality binding them together is that instinct of clearing off dust quickly without any trace left behind. Industrial brushes are used to wipe off dust from metal surfaces, machines, iron exteriors, levers, pulleys, inverters, converters etc. They get used in warehouses, places where heavy machinery is actively used. Other places include manufacturing units and sites where metal and iron is available in huge quantities.
They are also used to clean cars in washing units, where the vehicles go for servicing and repair and for fixing dents. Once they get washed, their surface is prone to attract debris which gets stuck onto them and is tough to remove. These brushes with their sharp yet subtle brushings have the dust cleaned off, leaving the surface shining.
Horticultural brushes may be very different to their industrial counterparts, but still are used for purposes very similar like their distant country cousins. Horticulture is basically the science that deals with plant cultivation, including the preparation of soil for planting seeds and tubers and cuttings. It deals with the area of plant propagation, crop production, plant breeding, genetic engineering, plant physiology and biochemistry. The role of horticultural and bottle brushes amid this is to ensure the seeds, plants and crops, herbs shrubs, basils, parsleys etc. remain clean, neat and safe from pests and parasites.
The inclusion of horticultural brushes in this scheme of things is to ensure improvement of crop yield, resistance to insects, steering away from diseases, keeping free from environmental stresses etc. Their handles mostly come made from rubber wood, making them highly eco-friendly. The bristles are very robust, densely packed. Perhaps they are ideal for reaching the edges of remote corners.
Some of the tasks horticultural brushes get used to perform include removal of dirt, grime, soil and algae from pots, cleaning of decorative pots heavily used as garden containers, ensuring they look good, removal of waste soil acting as havens for pests etc.
One may be used to clean machines, an area where toughness takes center stage and the other may be for things as delicate for crops, but the intention with which both are made remains as firm as ever. Cleanliness of whatever they get used on to wipe, ensuring removal of dirt and debris, safety from external disturbances etc.
Dust riddance remains as easy as ever with them around, a task that always becomes highly effortless.