best gardiners brush

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  1. simon

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    for getting spiderwebs out of corners, i use extremes but its getting a bit ratty & as i've gone from a clx 27 to an slx 25 i can cope with a heavier brush if its good on corners but theres sooo many to choose from , i rinse on so it has to be unflocked.
    whats peoples opinions please
     
  2. Pickingpaul

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    Ive only ever used a flocked gardiner brush, i want to try a new one this year, a regular style brush but i too am not sure which to buy.
     
  3. Smurf

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    I would like to try a new flocked brush out too for conservatory, fascias etc.
    My question is which one would still have good scrubbing power and be ok using hot water Alex Gardiner ?
     
  4. Alex Gardiner

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    Either of our flocked brushes would do the job. The Super-Lite would be better with hot water as the bristles are tougher.
     
  5. Smurf

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    Thanks Alex...:thumbsup:
    I actually went back to using a vikan brush today as has more bristles so found it had more cleaning power trying to clean the outside of grubby white plastic gutters than the gardiner stiff radial sill brush I would normally use.
     
  6. Smurf

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    I also like dipping a wfp brush in a bucket of tfr so less bristles also means less tfr held in the brush to put it were I want it to go.
     
  7. simon

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    Alex Gardiner which brush would you recomend then for getting webs out of corners
     
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    I've got a question as well alex lol, what's the best brush for rinsing on the glass for Mantainance cleans?


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  9. Smurf

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    Not a flocked one for sure
     
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