Solar Panel Brush

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  1. Andy

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    gardiners 45cm Dual-Trim Flocked for solar panel cleaning. would any one recomend pencil or fan and 2 or 4 jets.
    i was wondering if 4 jets would be over kill
     
  2. Jake

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    I don't think it's matters too much which brush you use, I just cleaned some using my facelift brush, worked a treat, they'll all do a similar job, I prefer a stiffer bristle as you can't get much pressure on solar panels, so the stiffer brushes tend to clean better... image.jpg
     
  3. Andy

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    i was going to order the brush im just wondering the best jetting pattern
     
  4. Jake

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    Oh I reckon 4 jets for definite if your getting a 45cn brush
     
  5. Andy

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    im thinking maybe the fan jets would be best although iv never ever used them my self
     
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    Ask S..... On second thoughts :confused::D
     
  7. Jake

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    I'd go pencil jets mate,

    Because they will create more of a downward water run off than fan jets...
     
  8. Andy

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    thak you
     
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    I would definitely go for the 4 jet option. Either fan or pencil would work well. Some prefer the fanjets for solar panels due to not being able to lift off to rinse as they create a wider water curtain.
     
  10. Andy

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    thank you Alex
     
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