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Bought my first Xtreme a couple of weeks ago: http://gardinerpolesystems.co.uk/all-products/water-fed-poles/brushes/xtreme-window-cleaning-brushes-105g-165g/the-super-litear-xtreme-medium-mixed.html

 

I really like it. A Good 6 weekly maintenance clean brush. Very light, amazing on top of a 18 extreme pole. Wouldn’t use for a dirty first clean obviously, but yep I like it I’m impressed. Good value for money £22+Vat.

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I've just got my two back on today to give them another go this coming week.

One is an extreme stiff the other medium with blue inner bristles.

The problem with having a brush fetish and a bucket full is you are constantly changing your mind.

Agreed though good value at £22 + vat, was having a look at Dupont brushes and can't believe how the prices are creeping up. At least £50-60 with vat and delivery.

 

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14 hours ago, RWCleaning said:

Bought my first Xtreme a couple of weeks ago: http://gardinerpolesystems.co.uk/all-products/water-fed-poles/brushes/xtreme-window-cleaning-brushes-105g-165g/the-super-litear-xtreme-medium-mixed.html

 

I really like it. A Good 6 weekly maintenance clean brush. Very light, amazing on top of a 18 extreme pole. Wouldn’t use for a dirty first clean obviously, but yep I like it I’m impressed. Good value for money £22+Vat.

 

How you finding it on led mate? are you having to go left to right more than up and down?

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I haven’t/don’t use it on lead, I bought the ultimate flocked a couple of months back which is probably the best for lead (in the brushes I’ve tried)

But ive found the DuPont to be not too bad either. 

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16 hours ago, TJTOPCAT said:

I've just got my two back on today to give them another go this coming week.

One is an extreme stiff the other medium with blue inner bristles.

The problem with having a brush fetish and a bucket full is you are constantly changing your mind.

Agreed though good value at £22 + vat, was having a look at Dupont brushes and can't believe how the prices are creeping up. At least £50-60 with vat and delivery.

 

Sent using the Window Cleaning Forums mobile app

 

 

 

 

 

Aye, you are better wi a £7.99 squeegee that lasts for decades! :1f602:

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I haven’t/don’t use it on lead, I bought the ultimate flocked a couple of months back which is probably the best for lead (in the brushes I’ve tried)
But ive found the DuPont to be not too bad either. 
Tried on diamond leaded uPVC windows today both Xtreme stiff and Xtreme medium hybrid. Worked great, no bouncing , up and down, just like using a flocked brush. [emoji106]

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12 hours ago, TJTOPCAT said:

Tried on diamond leaded uPVC windows today both Xtreme stiff and Xtreme medium hybrid. Worked great, no bouncing , up and down, just like using a flocked brush. emoji106.png

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Cool. Have you tried the natural bristles xtreme at all?

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No I haven't yet, but natural bristles are softer and have better scrubbing power.
I've put myself forward for the pre-production Xtreme Dupont. [emoji4]

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