Swivel connectionin in brush?

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by H MAN, Oct 24, 2015.

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  1. H MAN

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    This works differently the movement is actually in the brush.
     
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  2. spruce

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    I agree that the swivel works better with an angle bracket rather than a 90 degree holder that Alex now sells.

    However for me the cons of a swivel brush outweigh the pros so will stick to a fixed brush. i had thought of making an angle bracket like you have but have never got round to doing it.
     
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    I couldn't work without a swivel, gotta be one of the best gadgets
     
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    The only ball ache is that they wear out and you have to keep tightening the screw up to stop it flopping about all over the shop.
     
  5. H MAN

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    With this particular swivel there is no wear as it is moving within the brush block itself.
    However when the brush has seen it day worn out.
    You take the connection out of brush the you can connect to a new brush.
    Once fixed into brush it will not flop around even if the screw loosens.
     
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