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If you could have only 1 brush what would it be?


ched999uk

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2 minutes ago, ched999uk said:

As per the title:

If you could have only 1 brush for all work what would it be? 

Hi Ched, I really like the Extreme Sill Brush for maintenance washes but in answer to your question. I think I'd choose the Medium Mixed Sill Brush for the extra bristles to also cover the really dirty jobs, soapwashes and conservatories. 100 degree fan jets, all the way, whatever brush or job.

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Just one would be super lite medium mixed. As it’s the best for first cleans, Connie roofs & some fsg jobs. But it’s not my every day maintenance brush. 

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31 minutes ago, ched999uk said:

First person to say a size 👍

I've never used a 2 pencil / fan brush for over 4 years, really don't understand why anyone would to be honest.

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I wouldn’t want to use just one brush TBH, the brush for the right purpose in my opinion.

for example one day a Month we clean 30 house and 26 of them are leaded so a flock for them 26 without a doubt much smoother than any other brush for leaded. 

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Just now, Den said:

I wouldn’t want to use just one brush TBH, the brush for the right purpose in my opinion.

for example one day a Month we clean 30 house and 26 of them are leaded so a flock for them 26 without a doubt much smoother than any other brush for leaded. 

It was just a little fun question.

Bit like desert island discs 😀

I wasn't expecting everyone to ditch all their brushes 🤣

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The one I want isn't available. DuPont Tapertec Xtreme. I love working with the lightweight of the Xtreme brushes. I like the Ultimate version but it's a tad too heavy for my liking.

I'm currently using a flocked Xtreme cut down from a flocked Xtreme sill brush. I love it but really want the above. C'mon Alex 😄😄

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5 minutes ago, Marko067 said:

The one I want isn't available. DuPont Tapertec Xtreme. I love working with the lightweight of the Xtreme brushes. I like the Ultimate version but it's a tad too heavy for my liking.

I'm currently using a flocked Xtreme cut down from a flocked Xtreme sill brush. I love it but really want the above. C'mon Alex 😄😄

Got a photo please as I was thinking of maybe shaving the back row of bristles off.

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10 hours ago, Martyn said:

Currently Supreme DuPont Tapertec. (opinion subject to change without notice😄)

I definately agree with you there. Light whippy and effective. Plus nice long bristles which are great for getting in between the gutter and the fascia panel. A Great rinse on brush which seems to be very long lasting

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2 hours ago, Martyn said:

I hope that last part is right, how long do yours tend to last?

I agree with everything apart the longevity. Mine lasted 3 months of not full time work. The Dupont bristles distort and don't last

 

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