Rolson Water Fed Car Wash Brush 2m £5 @ B&M Instore.
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Rolson Water Fed Car Wash Brush 2m £5 @ B&M Instore.

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Found 27th Jul 2016
These are retailing at over £10 everywhere.Very useful for conservatory window cleaning or of course the car.Heavy duty, telescopic Water Fed Brush, with aluminium telescopic handle.

Handle features comfort foam grips for easy handling and extends to 2 metres for those hard to reach areas.

And with its 254mm wide angled brush head, the Rolson wash brush lets you clean every nook and cranny with ease.

Simple push fit hose connector with on/off switch.
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I wouldn't go anywhere near my car with this unless I wanted to scratch it.
Bought one of these (looks identical) from Maplin a couple of years ago for cleaning soffits etc, lasted about 2 days before it started leaking out of everywhere.
Are the bristles soft? Could you use them for cleaning windows?
We also got one from Maplin and is was leaking from day one.
Another flippin' wild goose chase. Wandering around Aylesbury BM nothing. Waste of time!
Prepare yourself for a scratched car then.. Have a read of this:
thecarcaresite.com/why…sh/
yep I had the same got mine from maplin first time I used it leaked everywhere total waste of time and money.
I'm expert at detailing and can vouch that this will detail your car with lovely swirlies. Simply use a Brillo pad to add some deeper scratches for a more layered scratched up look.
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I bought mine yesterday and yes it does leak.I have used it to clean the conservatory but not using the water feed.I use a bucket of water with washing up liquid in and rinse with hose.Price is right just for the brush but plastic joints soon loosen and unscrew.I suppose if you wanted a quality similar product you would have to pay £50 +.
I use mine to clean the bathroom. just dip it in a bucket of bleach
monitor1

I bought mine yesterday and yes it does leak.I have used it to clean the … I bought mine yesterday and yes it does leak.I have used it to clean the conservatory but not using the water feed.I use a bucket of water with washing up liquid in and rinse with hose.Price is right just for the brush but plastic joints soon loosen and unscrew.I suppose if you wanted a quality similar product you would have to pay £50 +.



This was exactly my plan so have voted hot.
fine for the caravan
surely this is for windows/conservatory and not car paintwork oO

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So what should I use to wash the car if not sponge nor brush?
stone3t

So what should I use to wash the car if not sponge nor brush?



A microfibre mit is a good place to start.
s24adm

surely this is for windows/conservatory and not car paintwork oO


Are you saying your not normal?
bma1445

A microfibre mit is a good place to start.



+1
Do some research on the two bucket method.
The Microfibre mits are available in Poundland
Depends how fancy your car is if your gonna use one of these. If your sensible with it, apply soft pressure and your car isn't brand new or a precious classic then one of these is an easier and more convenient way to wash your car than a sponge or a microfibre mit. I have one of those mits, can't say I found it any better than a jumbo car sponge, infact it's worse in my opinion as you can't push it down and apply as much pressure when removing stubborn dirt or bird droppings. I also use drive through car washes, and they are fine as far as I am concerned.

If I ever get a Maserati then maybe I will worry and treat it with only the finest products and methods, but for my 11 year old Subaru that has the odd mark on it, this brush, a sponge and a bucket of warm water and simoniz car wash will suffice. Oh, and a dustpan brush and a bottle of "Elbow Grease" for my wheels.
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