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Old 13-02-2018, 05:16 PM   #13
TonyHill
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Originally Posted by Rian View Post
In what respect ? im only a weekend warrior so don't need a bush that will last 2000 wheel cleans, the bristles are soft as they are feather/split tips just like the Vikan, I compared it to the Halfords one and the wilko one seamed softer to, the build quality is fine also.

The Vikan one will be better build quality obviously

but I don't think we are debating build quality as the question was who uses a brush LIKE the one in the picture and my answer was for my Y spoke wheels with 20 spokes its rubbish !!!
Agreed, these type of brushes are not ideal for cleaning multi spoke alloys. I need quality brushes that are both safe and sturdy, that's why I go for the Vikan brush.
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