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Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Tuffers, Jan 7, 2013.

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  1. Tuffers

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    Can't wait to try it out.

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  2. Belfastcleaning

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    Ooooh here! Nice brush
     
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  4. Tuffers

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    48 notes inc postage mate. It's got a scraper and pole attachment with it. Got jet hose and pole hose connector with it too, which I wasn't expecting :)
     
  5. Dodger

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    Sweeeeeeeet
     
  6. Richard

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    Hope you like the brush as much when you use it Steven.
    I have never advertised these brushes, just mention occasionally when I talk to people; it’s my favourite Boars Hair brush.

    I sometime even use this brush for maintenance cleans, especially when you start to get more insects marks on the windows; this brush works easier than many other makes of monofilament brushes, just make sure you use at least 2lt a minute to get the brush gliding over the windows, a bit more would be better, you will work faster if you don’t have to fight the brush and being 100% Boars Hair it will remove everything pretty much instantly, you will need to rinse a little, but not for long with a decent flow rate.

    When you want another brush mate I will jet it for free, so you just need to order the un-jetted brush for £32.89

    Cheers, Richard
     
  7. Is that one of them tecbuk brushes ?
    I tried one just before Christmas it ay a bad brush to use .
    A lot softer than the one I have been using from ionics but a very nice brush to use still .
     
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    Would be good to know how heavy it is? also when wet? ;)

     
  9. Tuffers

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    Smurph it's 340 grams dry with all the bits and pieces in the pic.
     
  10. Andy Leett

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    Richard, what is the difference with this boars hair and my boars hair which is full length brown ?
     
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