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For cleaning food and objects, power scrubber vs. Electric rotary toothbrush? [closed]

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Closed as off topic by Mithrandir24601‭ on Mar 7, 2021 at 18:27

This question is not within the scope of Physics.

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I'm not asking about cleaning human organs here. This handheld power scrubber

looks like your average rotary toothbrush! Indubitably I know that a toothbrush's brush head can be far gentler than the power scrubber's. But what are other differences?

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"What cleaning method is better?" obviously depends on what is being cleaned (size, sensitivity to abrasion, sensitivity to cleaning chemicals, smooth/rough, accessibility, etc), the expected dirt to be removed (dust, grease, biological, etc), how clean it needs to be, for what purpose, etc. This question is far too vague and needs to be closed. Olin Lathrop‭ about 1 month ago

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