Would this brush be any good?

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Dodger, Apr 30, 2012.

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  1. Dodger

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    http://www.greenjem.co.uk/product_info.php/cPath/10/products_id/2013

    Only looking at the brush, pole would be surplus. I'm still setting up my wfp shizzle so not sure on stuff but can get these for 7 quid and thought they might be ok.

    I would be drilling it and putting some jets in it.
     
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  2. mark m

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    not worth mucking around on brushes
    http://www.gardinerpolesystems.co.uk/acatalog/info_BRU_SL_FLKD_JET_EXTR.html

    the time you get the everything jets y tube etc stick to something made to do the job
     
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    it is the same as the viakn cill brush, just a different colour, too heavy
     
  4. Dodger

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    Thats what made me think of using them, wasn't really thinking about the weight of it. I'm not going to be doing much wfp at all for now, just when access is real bad so the weight really would be an issue.

    Cheers for the replies lads.
     
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    the bristles are too compact, once you pick up dirt on that brush it will stay there for along time.
    I have used a similar type brush when i started. not worth the hastle get a professional one

    PS
    it is not the same as the vikan brush
    I use the vikan sill brush and would highly recommend it
     
  6. Dodger

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    Another thing a newbie (me) wouldn't think about and a real good point. I deffo won't be buying one except maybe for the car and will go for something like that super-lite cos being 5'4" and not being built like a stone toilet weight a is a big consideration.
     
  7. Just seen this, it's a new product, but might well be worth a punt....http://www.futureofcleaning.com/brush-pack.html
     
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