Which Gardiner brushes should I buy?

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  1. Adams0211

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    hi guys.

    I've been using my Gardiner backpack for about five weeks now. It was a birthday present from the mrs so to keep costs down I only asked for one brush, a supreme medium hybrid.

    I'm looking for a couple more brushes now. I want one specifically for first cleans and one for the undersides of gutters, fascias etc.

    I've watched the video on the Gardiner website and think I need a super-lite radius sill brush - single trim - flocked bristles for the gutters etc but I'm not sure about the first clean brush.

    Does that sound about right? Any suggestions?
     
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  2. Tuffers

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    Sill brush with fan jets for S/F/G and a medium mixed dual trim flocked for first cleans with both pencil and fan jets if poss as the fans will rinse better on plastic frames IMO.
     
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  4. mufcglen

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    the medium supreme you have will be perfect for most jobs pal even the gutters too, i personally couldnt get into the sil brush with its rounded shape but i know others love it, have a look at the supreme soft flocked, i use it on everything inc first cleans and it just glides and splays nicely on glass when scrubbing!
    either way whatever you get you wont go wrong with a medium brush and i's suggest fan jets too but makes sure you rinse the tops well first.
     
  5. mufcglen

    mufcglen Well-Known Member
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    you can even get a sill brush thats soft cant you now i think?
     
  6. Adams0211

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    Thanks guys. I was going to go with Tuffers suggestion and then saw that Alex Gardiner agreed and that sealed the deal.
     
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