Xline rinse bar

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  1. Den

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  2. David K

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    Looks like a nice piece of kit!
     
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    It looks nice because its ginger :giggle:
     
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  4. Marko067

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    After reading reviews I've often discovered that what others like isn't what I like. Only way to really tell whether you'll like it is to buy one and try it for yourself.
    For example: I like a light brush. However, whilst many like Gardiner's Extremes, they are too light for everyday use for me. The Ultimates though, feel just right. I have an Ex-Line Evo-Lite which is a nice brush, especially the colour, but to me it feels heavy compared to the Ultimates. So until X-Line make a brush the same weight as the Ultimate, I wouldn't consider buying one, with or without the rinse bar. I also bought a flocked sill brush to try after reading reviews of how other windies loved them. I couldn't get on with it at all. So, currently the Gardiner's Ultimates with the red fanjets are my favourite brushes. They're a nice weight, they clean well and have a nice spray pattern for rinsing.

    That said, reviews are good as they do provide a baseline from where to start when choosing a brush.
     
  5. steve garwood

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    Well put, horses for courses etc.
    I went through loads of brushes before finding my favourite. I now have 3 SLX poles, every one of them fitted with a medium mixed sill brush :)
     
  6. Den

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    Nicely put Mark, Yes I have gone back to my flocked sill brush as it deals with the debris Better than the ultimate ATM with all the dead leaves etc, personally I just can't get on with the superlite medium mix brush tried several times just don't seem to have the scrubbing power like my flocks.
     
  7. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    X-line?

    Isn't that the company know through out the industry for quality of customer service?

    :rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

    I would use a Harris decking brush before I touched owt from these jokers.
     
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  8. kevinc250

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    its probably the only time we'll ever agree on something green pro,some love these brushes,personally i tried them a couple of years ago they were awefull,granted things may have improved a tad but for me i'd give them a wide berth.
    the spray bar is so so yesterday and is really a gimmick to get windies to buy the brushes its not new as its been around for years that one,
    everyone has different preferences and i think that has to be respected as no brush or pole for that matter suits everyone but for me i stick to what i am happy with.
    i've spent so much money over the years buying the newest thing only to realise its **** and the only reason i bought it was from reccomendations from people on forums-my lesson has been learnt
     
  9. Den

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    Good to hear from someone that owns a rinsebar and appreciated a honest answer with someone that as the experience of working with it, that means a lot, easy to be taken in by the company videos etc.
     
  10. Green Pro Clean Ltd

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    I agree with plenty you say kevinc250

    Or do I?? Hmmmm....... :p
     
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