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Halfords - You B*stards....

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    Bought an "Alloy Wheel Brush" to help with my Wonder Wheels - Rather than use the poxy little brush; And the sh*t thing has left hairline scratches on my fcukin wheels :aggressive:

    Not happy - Some poor fcuker is going to both barrels tomorrow - My wheels are mint - Without any marks....

    You've been warned guys, don't use the poxy thing!
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    Sorry to hear that bud, i'd be traumatised if that happened to me lol

    Go easy on the sales assistants, after all it's the dumb manufacturer of the brush at fault
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    Give the sales guy's break they did not make the thing, I would contact the manufacture direct and give them both barrels
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    Worry not guys - Didn't mean the poor lad who's just trying to save for his 12" sub :icon_thumright:
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    MATE, I would be fuming!! Still, if you buy cheap, you buy twice!! This is the bad boy you need.......http://www.polishedbliss.co.uk/acata...l-brushes.html.........

    Meanwhile....... The Halfords sales assistant is sat in his room, with all his mates. They are all stoned and laughing their ****** off about "this dude" that bought a brush made of metal filings to clean his wheels...........Only because it was reccomended to him as being an excellent product so I can get another sale under my belt and put the commision towards the latest pair of Reebok Classics..............

    ; - )
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    lol - No mate, it was an alloy wheel brush though. I didn't need spotty Pete to tell me! lol
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    So, you were saying?!??!? :detective2: :happy:

    Now go do what you've gotta do mate!! :gun2:
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    to clean my wheels i use a draper parts cleaning brush, or use a soft brissel paint brush
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    I was thinking of going in to Hallfords like this

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    Good job it didn't happen to you... You'd be in here

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    Yeah i've got a paint brush but i thought i'd try this for my alloys on my van first.... But then i couldn't be arsed!
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    :lmfao:

    Pee off back to Woolwich!!
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