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Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by tench0771, May 12, 2016.

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  1. tench0771

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  2. tench0771

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    i think that brush has had its day lol:D
     
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    Oh Dear! Is that through work or was it left pushed up against something in storage. The main body of the brush still looks good. I find that to make my brushes last ALAP the brush head needs to hang free and clear of any obstruction when not in use.
     
  4. tench0771

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    [​IMG]all poles are hanging up out the way m8 its just from normal use ive now put a superlite m mixed on that should last yonks lol i just like the splay of the supreme but they just fray at the ends used to use tecbuk but the new liter stocks bend and wonky jets not good for the price of them
     
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    I'm currently using the Ultimate flocked brush for my everyday brush and am really liking it. I find they are really good on slug/snail trails. They also seem to have excellent bird poo scrubbing capabilities. Haven't yet needed to use a scraper and it's the middle of the breeding season. Bird poo everywhere!
     
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    Loads of brushes for sale on eBay at the minute.
     
  7. tench0771

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    i may try the ultmate next flocked or supreme flocked im shore my superlite will last a wile tho now im hot brush choyce in not that much of a issue as the hot water works so well
     
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    tench, i have 2 now like that, but still using them, supreme soft hybrid, great brush but the ends wear too quickly. its just because they get more use on the sides i think, i need to get a couple of new brushes
     
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    usually around 6 months useage
     
  10. Alex Gardiner

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    Hi Tench

    Hot water use will explain why the Supreme soft brush you have pictured is looking so done in:)

    If you like the splay of the Supreme, then the Medium or the Stiff would work well with Hot Water.

    The Ultimate range is a good bit lighter than the Supremes.
     
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