Best Brush?

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by TobySampson, Mar 30, 2013.

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  1. TobySampson

    TobySampson Well-Known Member
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    I know this has been asked before... BUT..

    What is (in your opinion) the best brush for every day use?
     
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  2. OoO

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    For me lightest possible. So I use extreme brushes.

    Everybody will back either Gardiner tec buk
     
  3. David Taylor

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    I like single trim super lite radius sill (medium as I use hot water and its ok up to 60 c) Gardiner
     
  4. Richard

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    Toby, for speed a non-absorbent monofilament, ideal for regular work. For extra scrubbing ability from a brush, use absorbent monofilament – but you must do the final rinse well for each window with this type of brush filament.

    Alternatively I make a genuine Hybrid brush which is approximately 83% non-absorbent monofilament and 17% Boars Hair in the centre which give the best scrubbing ability for any brush; it’s a great brush for the Spring Season, insect marks or anything stubborn stuck on the glass etc or cleans that have a longer interval, final rinse can be omitted with this brush, but a very quick rinse is prudent.

    All types of Tecbuk brushes are faster in use than any similar brushes. Test & opinion :)

    Richard
     
  5. TobySampson

    TobySampson Well-Known Member
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    Where do you sell your brushes Richard?
     
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    I use tecbuk hybrid or full polyester for regular cleans
     
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    Hi Toby, I see you have just got a brush. My email – richard.sorrell@ntlworld.com

    Tecbuk brushes are a premium product you do have to pay a little more, Tecbuk brushes sell for £80 each in the EU – in the UK window cleaners pay a lot less - compared to what you have just brought you get a lot more for you money with a Tecbuk Brush. :)

    Richard
     
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