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Favourite brush for FSG and Conny's


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We use hot water so use the stiff version of any brush I have found the supream to be best as the bristles are longer than most other brushes and you can reach up under gutters better with them , Gardiners DuPont super lite is a nice brush aswell 

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16 minutes ago, maxbruffell said:

Whats your favourite brush for FSG and or Conny's and why?! Go!

We use our standard 45cm flocked brush with 4 x 2mm jets for conservatory roofs and the only time I use a "standard" sized brush is for FSG's and it's a flocked sill brush. 

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If it’s dirty I do a double clean. First with the gardiner sill stiff (big red one) then with the super light medium mixed. Heavier the better for me on roofs. I also extend the pole from bottom sections up so you have the added weight of the pole on the roof as well. But that’s just me. I’m weird.
Both with pencil jets on medium pressure. Cold water. 

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