Brush head help

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by camcap, Jul 30, 2014.

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  1. camcap

    camcap Active Member
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    Hey all just started my own business after working for someone else for years, I'm currently using a unger sill brush which I'm not getting on with as it's to big and bristles are to stiff so bouncing of the glass, I've used gardiner super lite brushes before which I've liked but haven't tried there new extreme range are they any good ? Also are these tecbuk worth the extra money thanks
     
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  2. SPCleaning

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    I have used a sill brush by Unger and also found it bounced o the glass. I threw it into the van and have carried on using Vikan brushes (Don't throw veg, I'm not joking!) Both my poles are fitted with Vikan brushes and I'm reluctant to change.

    I know this hasn't answered your question, but thought I'd share.
     
  3. keir

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    Holy cr@p!!!!!! Another brush thread lmao

    Run and duck..........richard and smurf can resume their on going skirmish

    Welcome camcap lol
     
  4. Richard

    Richard Forum Addict
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    Keir, I’m not getting involved in this one; I can only handle the little blue fellow in short burst, beside if you ask me camcap has completely ignored you comments in the review. :whistle:
     
  5. keir

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    Hahaha.......he's a newbie maybe he hasn't seen the thread.

    Camcap check out the thread tecbuk brush, it'll either scare you off and never come back lol or you might find some interesting opinions on various brushes......good luck pal
     
  6. camcap

    camcap Active Member
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    Thanks keir I'll have a look
     
  7. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    Invest in a few brushes and see what works best for you for various tasks but first brush you could try is one of Richards maybe :)
     
  8. tench0771

    tench0771 Grand Master
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    get a tecbuk ( camcap ) u wont wana use a nother brush after trying one trust me;) im still wating for my free b frm richard cant wate to get it :D:D:D
     
  9. RiceRocket

    RiceRocket Well-Known Member
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    Yeah I'm going to recommend a Tecbuk (I'll be getting one myself eventually to test) as it does get acclaimed for it faster cleaning power. I use Gardiner Extreme Hybrid as it does maintenance cleans fine & I'm "gramphobic".
     
  10. camcap

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    How's the tecbuk at getting spider nest out of corners I find the square edged brushes work well so am a bit concerned with the rounded edge ??
     
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