The 8 Best Power Tile Scrubbers
This wiki has been updated 16 times since it was first published in April of 2018. Cleaning your kitchen or bathroom can be backbreaking work — unless you have one of these power tile scrubbers, that is. They take much of the hard labor out of maintaining floors, tubs, and grout, so you can teach that mildew and soap scum who's boss. Some of these options are all-in-one solutions, while others require a drill, but they're all capable of giving you some serious help. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
September 13, 2019:
Power scrubbers can make the user's life easier in two ways, by reducing the amount of elbow grease required for tough build-up and mold, plus the models with extendable handles prevent sore knees and backs.
While most of the extendable models on the market are very similar to one another, the Hommitt Electric is highly ranked because the brand is continually upgrading the battery longevity and spin power and even improving the extension handle.
We also decided to include the Allido Spin even though the price is a bit high for this category, because it offers a sponge and a few soft pad attachments that make this unit more versatile for cleaning floors that aren't even tile.
Any of the drill options may be preferred by those who find the spin of the battery operated models too weak. Users who have a powerful drill can get even heavier scrubber power. But all drill attachment choices do come with the trade off that the drills tend to be heavier.