Think of the Scrusher boot brush as a car wash for your boots. It knocks the mud off so you’ll be remembered by your sparkling personality as opposed to the tracks of mud you leave everywhere.
The “deluxe model” (pictured) features a metal chassis which the manufacturer encourages you to bolt to the floor. It has three brushes: the bottom brush is for the shoe’s sole while the two larger brushes located on either end clean the sides. The brushes are very stiff in order to remove caked on crap, and you can just hose out the bristles when they get nasty.
We’ve seen these all over — on trucks, worksites, and even next to the door of shops. It’s about a $50 investment, but they do last for a long time. And if you live near a particularly ugly mud hole, you can purchase bristle replacement packs for around $8.