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    Meguiars PANTS wheel brush

    Well after purchasing a Halfrauds wheel brush and it breaking due to corrosion..... i went back and arranged to pay a lil extra for a nice Meguiars brush.... ok its lasted a little longer, however i now am the proud owner of a rubber handle and seperated brush....useless!! i understand how and why it would have corroded but i have done all i can to make sure the brush was not left wet longer than necessary..absolute crap

    now understand whyPolished Bliss are selling plastic handled brushes for this particular use
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    Yeh, an all-too-common story. Though I'm surprised that the Megs one is in bits!!

    The EZ brush is the daddy of them all TBH. And it's 17.95 for a good reason.

    http://www.motorgeek.co.uk/detail-brush-p-324.html

    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jr001 View Post
    The EZ brush is the daddy of them all TBH. And it's 17.95 for a good reason.
    Agreed. I've had the yellow megs in the past, they're useless.

    http://www.cleanyourcar.co.uk/wheels.../prod_480.html

    The EZ Detail brush is the one you want. (but be sure to keep it in the plastic packaging, I find this helps keep it's rigidity)



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    The EZ is a cracking brush, but the bristles aren't stiff enough to nip off crud that has bonded firmly in place, and it's damn expensive for what it is. Hence our recourse to a cheaper and better performing brush originally intended for use as a bottle brush in the kitchen! Whatever works...

    http://www.polishedbliss.co.uk/acata...rush-wash.html


 

 

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