New brush

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by mark m, Mar 18, 2012.

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  1. mark m

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    I am also today going to treat myself to a new brush i need this brush to clean leaded windows so i need a soft brush
     
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  2. James

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    Gardiners medium trimmed sill brushes are excellent for cleaning leaded windows


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  3. Alex Gardiner

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    I would recommend a soft brush (as you have already said) as this causes less jumping over the lead. The soft Xtreme, the standard flocked or the soft dual trim sill would have to be top of the list IMO. Close behind this would be the medium mixed dual trim.
     
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    Thanks for the reply Alex like the video just ordered xtreme soft
     
  5. Hinty

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    I love my xtreme - wouldnt use anything else as my main regular clean brush.

    Got a superlite double trim for first cleans though.
     
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