Brush question

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by abs, Sep 14, 2014.

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  1. abs

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    Is soft or a harder bristle best for domestic ? The years I spent on commercial I used ionic brushes which are quite hard and now the brush I use on my houses is quite stiff, should I go softer or is it just personal preference
     
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  2. cheapncheerful

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    good post puraclenz....i am just about to retire my first brush to frames/facia work and am now looking to go for two more to try...these are available on tuffersonline so i will dig back in the posts to find em...

    or of course...i could buy one brush for the same price....ahh but which brush....now that was quiet a long post on here recently...

    of course asking this lot about softer and harder may bring about the obvious :rofl:
     
  3. abs

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    I was looking at the green unger brushes but want to know if that's a good one or not and wonder if it will fit my bayersson pole
     
  4. cheapncheerful

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    ahh as a newbie to wfp i havent got a clue about what brush thread will fit what pole and how you even find out what thread is on the end of your pole.....dont want to buy a brush to find it wont fit:eek:and my pole is just a cheap cra ppy one so i think i will go and ask where i got it from...possibally a standard euro thread...but the experts will be along shortly...they are all at church today....that is the church inn...nice pint...:D
     
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    Unger are ok but you should be looking at Gardiners or Tecbuks really
     
  6. Gav

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    Yep can't go wrong with gardiners or teckbuk
     
  7. abs

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    Are the threads on these heads universal does anyone know ?
     
  8. keir

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    What pole are you using again PC?
     
  9. abs

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    It's just the cheap bayersson pole from eBay , I'm very happy with it just like the idea of a better scrub with softer bristles
     
  10. keir

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    Ok i dont know what thread is on one of those so sorry bud i cant help.
     
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