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Tecbuk Scrubbing Pad Review

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Product Name: tecbuk scrubbing pad

 

Where to get it:wfp-brush.co.uk

 

Your rating out of 10: 10

 

I hate when I come across bird muck that just won't come off with the brush, then you wonder what am I going to do!! Scrub more.. Still won't come off.. Before I had tried using the brush stock but it's not easy.

 

With the scrubbing pad you can flip you brush around, use the scrubbing pad, and the muck is away in seconds.

 

It has been great help for me at times and I'm very happy with it. I'd recommend to anyone, and if you ever had problems trying to get wee specks of dirt off scrubbing with your brush, then the tecbuk scrubbing pad will sort it.

 

There's not much else to say but I'm happy to answer any questions..

 

Again with the tecbuk products the quality, price and customer service is 100%

 

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Dodger

Nice review again BC, I had a feeling that this would be much more usable than the scraper would I be right.

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Belfastcleaning

Well I would prefer to use the scrub pad rather than the scraper. Both work but the scrub pad is easier to get to the glass

 

I'll put a few pics up later today deno

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deno

Well I would prefer to use the scrub pad rather than the scraper. Both work but the scrub pad is easier to get to the glass

 

I'll put a few pics up later today deno

Thanks Belfast

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mark m

Good review Belfast look forward to seeing the the pictures later

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Belfastcleaning

I sometimes use this when required.

 

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http://www.gardinerp...pad-holder.html

 

Or without the pad holder with a plasctic scraper attached to the reach-around instead.

 

a bit toooo big i think.. you couldnt keep that on permanent, also it would not have the scrubbing power the scrub pad does

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deno

Product Name: tecbuk scrubbing pad

 

Where to get it:wfp-brush.co.uk

 

Your rating out of 10: 10

 

I hate when I come across bird muck that just won't come off with the brush, then you wonder what am I going to do!! Scrub more.. Still won't come off.. Before I had tried using the brush stock but it's not easy.

 

With the scrubbing pad you can flip you brush around, use the scrubbing pad, and the muck is away in seconds.

 

It has been great help for me at times and I'm very happy with it. I'd recommend to anyone, and if you ever had problems trying to get wee specks of dirt off scrubbing with your brush, then the tecbuk scrubbing pad will sort it.

 

There's not much else to say but I'm happy to answer any questions..

 

Again with the tecbuk products the quality, price and customer service is 100%

 

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Is there a scrub pad that sticks on there?

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Belfastcleaning

the scrub pad is on in the pics, you can get replacement self adhesive scrubbers from tecbuk.. id say it will last a good while before needing replaced

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deno

the scrub pad is on in the pics, you can get replacement self adhesive scrubbers from tecbuk.. id say it will last a good while before needing replaced

i see, i thought that was velcro, lol

 

What's it made from?

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Richard

Thanks for the review Peter.

 

Den it is Velcro, the heavy duty type – just replace the Velcro when you need to. It’s attached to laser cut stainless steel, which should last years (if you don’t lose it). I will put one in with your brushes at no extra charge.

 

Richard

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Smurf

Maybe true as not tried richards scrub pad yet....

 

a bit toooo big i think.. you couldnt keep that on permanent, also it would not have the scrubbing power the scrub pad does

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deno

Thanks for the review Peter.

 

Den it is Velcro, the heavy duty type – just replace the Velcro when you need to. It’s attached to laser cut stainless steel, which should last years (if you don’t lose it). I will put one in with your brushes at no extra charge.

 

Richard

Thats great Richard, thank you very much, i appreciate that...

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chip

I'd probably put something right round that steel and then attach the pad- wouldn't fancy the steel catching the glass by mistake etc

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Richard

It is better to have a 1mm overlap with the Velcro, even though the stainless steel pad has rounded and smooth edges, it’s always better to be safe.

 

I did test the stainless steel pad by trying to scratch/mark the glass and it didn’t do it, hence it’s laser cut as opposed to other rough cutting methods.

 

Richard

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Dodger

Had a look on your site richard but can't seem to find it. Got any pics?

First post in the thread Smurf ;)

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Smurf

Ta dodger,..so how do you get on with scrubbing on tops does not the brush get in the way hitting sofits etc being where the pad is?

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Belfastcleaning

I haven't tried that yet. Suppose if you came across a situation like that, you could changed the angle adapter so that the brush would point down..

 

Iv a 6 inch angle adapter and that allows me to scrub right into the side frames if needed

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