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Are we get getting near to a carbon fibre stocked brush? The weight loss would be phenomenal and a possible game changer.

I take good care of my equipment so if I got a year out of a £150 brush I'd buy it. 

Thoughts??? 

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As i have a full arsenal of brushes. Im currently enjoying the medium mixed Universal and the Flocked Universal for first cleans and lead. Im sure its speeding me up on residential cleans. However i dont use it on commercials. I stick to the ultimate dupont or the supreme dupont

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12 hours ago, Baldmonkey said:

Are we get getting near to a carbon fibre stocked brush? The weight loss would be phenomenal and a possible game changer.

I take good care of my equipment so if I got a year out of a £150 brush I'd buy it. 

Thoughts??? 

I don't think bristles are good for a years use, maybe six months max. I do like the idea of saving weight on brushes but not at the expense of losing too many bristles.

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I'm quite liking the supreme brushes, but could do with being lighter for awkward angled 3rd storey work.

I like the extreme sill brushes, but stopped using them, as dont get into frame corners, if they had bristles that splayed out to get spider sacks out, be great.

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