summer/winter brushes

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by bluemonkey, May 27, 2012.

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  1. bluemonkey

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    with the warm weather with us, does any change there brush to a soft or harder one to help cope with the heat
     
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  2. simon

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    never occured to me, are you noticing a difference???
     
  3. Hinty

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    sounds logical - I'm just sticking with my Gardiner extreme Std.
     
  4. Richard

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    I can change/use different brushes in the same day and depending on the work I will use two different types of brush.
    Well spotted though, brushes do feel and work differently with varying temps.

    I tend to use the fastest type of bristle(s) for each job, the time savings are a lot

    Richard
     
  5. bluemonkey

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    i noticed because i was getting my van ready for the weeks work, normally i use white gardiners, but have started to go off these, and i tried a black dual trim cill brush i have and it felt great, now normally i find this to brush to soft for my liking, but seems to be great in the heat
     
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