Tecbuk hybrid

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by keir, Jul 21, 2014.

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  1. keir

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    #1 keir, Jul 21, 2014
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    Damn this brush is good, next time you feel the need to buy a new brush you gotta try one of these.
    Well Richard i told you if it was as good as you said i would shout it from the roof tops!
    Well all your claims appear to be true, i was on a particular water hungry bit of work today which i know normally i would be pretty much out of water by the time i finished, but today when i finished i still had a third of a tank left. I still need to speed up with it, but i can now see that there is room to speed up because there is no need to repeat strokes unless there is a bad bird strike or stubborn fly froth.
    At first i thought it would require more strokes as its a bit narrower than the gardiners but when it splays out it is really wide, also i'm so used to square edged brushes when splayed i thought the rounded edges would be more awkward to get into the corners but nope, the bristles compress nicely into the corners.

    Tuffers you gotta get one pal, it really is an amazing brush.
    Next purchase will be a full boars hair for pvc etc
     
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    well you can't argue with that...:D
     
  3. Smurf

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    Funny how all novices seem to rate that brush but I not heard any old timers rate one yet :D
     
  4. SPCleaning

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    I still like the vikan. I have one on both my poles.
     
  5. keir

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    Old timer eh??? Pmsl i like it......it truely is a cracking brush smurf, i loves it

    I feel a vid coming on smurf, my windows are due this week or next
     
  6. keir

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    Thats what i love about this wfp, personal preference rules
     
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    I'm looking forward to it :thumbsup:

     
  8. SPCleaning

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    I love that you can say what you think on this forum without fear of ridicule because you prefer another method or pole or brush. :)
     
  9. Smurf

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    keir apparently when you get really good with that brush you don't need to rinse the glass at all:D
     
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    Vikans are still bricks on stick though I have to say but if you like using them that's all what matters. ;)
     
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