Introduction: HOME MADE GOLF CLUB CLEANER FOR UNDER $10.00
Some golf courses have them, some don't. After a round of golf, my clubs get dirty. You have far better ball control, not that that really matters in my game, but you do. I like clean clubs, so I came up with a simple golf club cleaner and it works great. I made it for $8.00. Here's how.
2 - scrub brushes from the dollar store
1 - 2.8 litre Rubbermaid plastic container
1 - Piece of 1X4 lumber
I took the two scrub brushes that came with handles. I cut the handles off with my reciprocating saw, a hacksaw will work just as well. Once the handles were removed, I screwed them to the sides of the Rubbermaid container. For mine, I had an old leather belt lying around, I cut four strips and attached them to one of the brushes which acted as spacers to bring the two brushes together. I then screwed the Rubbermaid container to a piece of 1X4 lumber, leaving about 6" past the edge of the container. This is used to put your foot on and hold down the rig as you clean your clubs. Simply put some hot water and dish soap in the container and clean away. It works great. Any questions, please don't hesitate to ask.
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