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Any one used any off xline brushes with rinse bar?


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X-like DuPont sill was my favourite brush. If it could fit gardiner 100 degree fan jets it would be perfect for me. Using cold water I found it the best brush for removing snail trails. 

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6 minutes ago, Pjj said:

I did try them found them heavy compared to Gardiners and the rinse bar was rubbish . They are currently hanging on my garage wall 😂😂😂

I’m just looking for a good everyday brush 

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21 minutes ago, Dt 20 said:

I’m just looking for a good everyday brush 

Gardiners supreame brushes are good if using cold water don’t get the stiff version though 

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12 minutes ago, Pjj said:

Gardiners supreame brushes are good if using cold water don’t get the stiff version though 

That’s what I use the Dupont  one 👍👍

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I have one waiting to go on when my current twin jet wears out. 
I just thought it’s worth a try. It’s a DuPont one. 
some love them, others can’t get on with them.  
I actually think their standard 26cm twin jet brush is pretty good too. 

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Rince bar is 💩 brushes are heavy as hell and the weight snapped my extreme pole 😠Good scrub tho also the rinse bar locked like it could scratch a window if you were to press to hard on the glass 

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