Need A New Brush

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Neil, Oct 18, 2013.

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  1. Neil

    Neil Grand Master
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    I've always had the gardiners brushes my latest was the extreme medium mixed if that's the right way to say it lol, I did have the tecbuk brush aerial monofilament but bit too heavy I want a very light brush head but one that can get snail trails and fly poo off easily with minimal effort, good for regular 1st cleans can anyone recommend a good brush head that would be good for me to buy? Cheers ;)
     
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    20130926_175653.jpg 5653.jpg]chop the stock down on ur tecbuk an fit a gardener 90 socket m8 saves a lot of waight the tecbuk eats snail trails u get used to the xtra few grams after a wile my choped tecbuk is almost as lite as a super lite gardeners i have the hibrid
     

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    tench great brush but neil did ask for a light weight brush
     
  4. koopmaster

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    they have the ultralight on 50% special at the moment. got it in the post and thought the box was empty it was so light...lol
     
  5. Belfastcleaning

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    I have been using gardiners sill brushes this week, the soft and med dual trims.. They would be the best gardiners brushes iv used so far. For a first clean I would use the tecbuk hybrid or boars hair or ladder it!
     
  6. Neil

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    they have the ultralight on 50% special at the moment. got it in the post and thought the box was empty it was so light...lol
    whats the scrubbing power like on it mate?
     
  7. Neil

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    I have been using gardiners sill brushes this week, the soft and med dual trims.. They would be the best gardiners brushes iv used so far. For a first clean I would use the tecbuk hybrid or boars hair or ladder it!
    i suppose I am better at getting a couple of brushes one for first clean and second for reg cleans
     
  8. tench0771

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    ude b saprized m8 how mch liter it is once u chop it an use gardener 90 socket i can hardly fiel any differencve between a super lite an the modefide tecbuk it would b intrasting to c how mch it waighs now i havent got gold an silver scails tho :Image6: them snail trails can b a pain with the xtreem the new blue hibrid may b beta at geting it off tho if u perfer the ultra lite brushes
     
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    Definitely mate
     
  10. koopmaster

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    looks good on my windows, best give me a week to try it out
     
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