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Neil

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Looking for a new brush , first clean,conny roof and one that doesn't catch leads and rip em off. Would this be the one?

http://www.gardinerpolesystems.co.uk/acatalog/the-super-lite-brush-dual-trim-original-flocked-0-degree-splay.html

I tried to read up on the brush guides but I don't understand 0 degree splay , does this mean all outer bristles splay out or they don't splay at all? I prefer ones that splay out with the stiff brush on the inside?

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I use a tecbuk dual trim boars hair brush for all conservatory work and real dirty first cleans. Very nice brush to use. All my other brushes are from gardiner and are all nice for each specific job they're used for

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Looking for a new brush , first clean,conny roof and one that doesn't catch leads and rip em off. Would this be the one?

http://www.gardinerpolesystems.co.uk/acatalog/the-super-lite-brush-dual-trim-original-flocked-0-degree-splay.html

I tried to read up on the brush guides but I don't understand 0 degree splay , does this mean all outer bristles splay out or they don't splay at all? I prefer ones that splay out with the stiff brush on the inside?

 

i use tecbuk hybrid good 4 first cleans an regular cleans conny roofs the black one .looks good tho. i have one of the gardener flocked supper lite but it had mono in middle it was quite harsh on leaded i thault i use vikan swivel flocked 4 leaded it glides over lead but its dam heavey lol
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