Trouble is those spiders web are really difficult to get off and using a pressure washer just seem to spread them around, and a brush didn't help much either. I did find however if I spun the brush it seem to work quite well flicking off the dirt and winding the spider webs onto the brush, only one thing for it then, put a motor on the brush!
The 2 photos are the before and after 30 seconds with the RedNeck Power Bush.
As this instructable is entered in the redneck contest there are references to Hillbilly's, Bogens and rednecks.
Most photos have notes attached
Step 1: Stuff you will need
- whipper sniper, bush cutter, weed eater or weed whacker boom. (heavy duty Rednecks will also need the engine)
- soft circular brush.
- cordless drill
- various size hoses.
- insulation tape
Step 2: Striping down the weed whacker
Its not to difficult just undo the screws and slide the boom off the engine. The line trimmer head is left hand thread on some models.
Step 3: Straighten the boom and fitting the brush
To fit the brush I found a piece of rubber tube about the right size and screwed it on the of end of the shafts and wound some insulation tape on the end to give the thread of the brush something to bite into.
The brush can then be screwed onto the end of the shaft.