Chuck this tool in a demolition hammer and tenderize your steak in no time flat. OK, so Milwaukee’s bushing tool is actually meant to prepare concrete for resurfacing — chipping up the old surface allows the new concrete to bond better.
Milwaukee designed this particular tool with a shank to fit their SDS-MAX demolition hammer, but they also sell bushing tools for their other demolition hammers. The face of the bushing tool measures 1-1/2″ square and the tool itself is 12-1/2″ long. They forge the tool from high-grade steel and heat-treat the teeth to increase hardness.
This attachment will run you $40 to $50, but after you wear it out you can save some dough by just replacing the head and re-using the shank.