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Old 15-11-2018, 09:26 PM   #1
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Question Detail Factory Ultra-Soft Detailing Brush - Large vs Small

These appear to be a defacto standard recommendation for both exterior and interior use. Those of you that have them and have used them in anger - thoughts on the large versus the small? Ideally want to get one of these for the interior and one for the exterior but having not actually seen them nor used them I can't judge what size is best for each use. Thanks
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I use the small for the interior and bigger on for outside the car. You could use a big on on the inside but the the small I would not use for out side.


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I have them both and use the large one for the exterior only and use the small one on those delicate areas around the dash and vents in conjunction with my vacuum. Definitely recommend them.

I also have a standard set of detailing brushes, Envy brushes I believe, and use these for less delicate work, eg, wheels etc.
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I only have the small one which is great for the inside but only on the dash/sat nav etc. I have a couple of Vikan brushes for the carpet and a leather brush for the seats. I also use cheaper brushes for the outside on the trim only and never let a brush near the paintwork.

Wheel woolies and a large "face" brush for the wheels complete the set

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