Why would anyone ever want to make their own boot brush you ask? Well, for one they can be quite expensive if you don't shop around. Another reason is that many of the so called boot brushes don't work very well, such as the cutesy animal with bristles on it's back, or the brushes don't make good contact over the whole boot or shoe.

I had been searching for cheap brushes for a few months to complete this project, but I hadn't found any reasonably priced broom heads or scrub brushed until last week. I spotted some cheap scrub brushes at Target that I thought would work perfectly.

So this project cost me a grand total of $4, with a few scrap materials thrown in.

Step 1: Gather Materials and Tools.

- Flat screwdriver
- #2 Phillips screwdriver bit
- 5/32" twist bit
- 1/8" twist bit
- Drill
- Circular saw (table saw, miter saw, jig saw, whatever your favorite tool is for cutting plywood)

- #12 x 3/4" pan head sheet metal screws
- 2" construction screws
- 4 cheap scrub brushes
- 6 x 30" piece of 3/4" plywood. (or scrapsin the range of 3 - 4x6" and 1- 6x15")
<p>Great, thanks for sharing this.</p>
<p>Simple and so practical, I think I will really make my father happy when I make it for his garage.</p>
<p>thank u</p>
simple but easy , very good
nice my dad had one of these when i was a kid
nice im gona use it on my 130$ leather hikeing boots
pretty good for baseball/soccer cleats
I bet you could also use this as a foot massager!

About This Instructable




More by benjamenjohnson:Jig for Sanding Small Parts Homemade Boot Brush Home Made PC Troubleshooting Case. 
Add instructable to: