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Picked up some long handled brushes (1400mm) at SIG Roofing. One is a wide coir brush and the other is a wide soft brush for finishing off with but my best tool is a Stihl Battery Blower. I used to spend hours brushing away but now only an hour because the blower clears the area in jig time. 😉

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1 minute ago, tench0771 said:

leaf blower now we are in to the finishing off of a perfect sand witch was my next question !!!

Aye, seen a guy using it on utube and thought that's a great idea. I immediately went out and bought the Stihl battery set, which consists of 2 batteries and a charger for £250. It must have saved me that in time now and you can use it to dry off ground level windows.

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Tryed the brush out sat as got lot of pooling on my drive and this brush is a beast love it any one wanting a good brush this one i highly recommend 

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