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Trade Quality Soft Alloy Wheel Brush £0.83 at Eurocarparts (Free collection)
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Trade Quality Soft Alloy Wheel Brush £0.83 at Eurocarparts (Free collection)

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Posted 3rd Nov

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Good price for a decent wheel brush.

Trade Quality Soft Alloy Wheel Brush
  • Specially designed super soft bristles
  • Will not scratch even the most delicate of surfaces
  • Super Soft Alloy Wheel Brush
  • New 4 way loop design
  • Safe flexible bristles
  • Cleans all hard to reach areas
  • Specially designed to remove brake dust, road dirt and traffic film.
  • Use with car shampoo or specialist wheel cleaning chemicals
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I do believe the bristles won’t scratch your wheels but I’ve never come across a wheel brush where the metal that the bristles are wrapped around doesn’t, i suppose it could be down to the individual wheel that’s on your car
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I do believe the bristles won’t scratch your wheels but I’ve never come across a wheel brush where the metal that the bristles are wrapped around doesn’t, i suppose it could be down to the individual wheel that’s on your car
oh something to scratch your wheels. You are better of being much safer and buying a plastic toilet brush
I have one. Ridiculous design, the metal wire holding the bristle can do a lot of damage if not careful.
Better with one that's essentially a microfibre pad on a plastic stick.

Use acid free "bleeding" cleaner to help break down the brake dust from the wheels then clean, finishing with standard car wash
Brillo pad
Awful product to use on your wheels. Steer clear.
Anyone have any good value alternatives to this that won’t trash the wheels per previous comments?
floz03/11/2019 16:04

Anyone have any good value alternatives to this that won’t trash the w …Anyone have any good value alternatives to this that won’t trash the wheels per previous comments?


Read my comment above
ookitnow03/11/2019 18:46

Read my comment above


Surely the bristles on them are too stiff?
Ross8103/11/2019 12:48

Better with one that's essentially a microfibre pad on a plastic stick.Use …Better with one that's essentially a microfibre pad on a plastic stick.Use acid free "bleeding" cleaner to help break down the brake dust from the wheels then clean, finishing with standard car wash


Sadly this is not true, the main "bleeding " element is "Sodium thioglycolate" with a PH of 6. making them Acidic.
Depending on your budget i would look at wheel woolies for the best defense against wheel scratching and a set of good face brushed, i understand Autobrite Direct Sale has / is about to start. which offer both.
Ste_T03/11/2019 19:03

Depending on your budget i would look at wheel woolies for the best …Depending on your budget i would look at wheel woolies for the best defense against wheel scratching and a set of good face brushed, i understand Autobrite Direct Sale has / is about to start. which offer both.


It think the point of the post is no detailing products and I thought the budget was 1 pound.

Toilet brush works fine if you get one with long bridtles.

Other option is pound shop and get a plastic floor hand brush with long soft bristles
ookitnow03/11/2019 19:07

Toilet brush works fine if you get one with long bridtles.


Granted if your cleaning the toilet, but no way near your alloys, the worst comment Ive seen on here for ages, even for a pound! I will leave that with you.
Ste_T03/11/2019 19:12

Granted if your cleaning the toilet, but no way near your alloys, the …Granted if your cleaning the toilet, but no way near your alloys, the worst comment Ive seen on here for ages, even for a pound! I will leave that with you.


Just like a ez detailing brush for wheels. Have you not seen the long bristle ones
ookitnow03/11/2019 19:28

Just like a ez detailing brush for wheels. Have you not seen the long …Just like a ez detailing brush for wheels. Have you not seen the long bristle ones


Please DONT, they are not even the same, for a past 10 years i have worked for one of the leading chemical manufactures along side some of the biggest names in detailing, either it be detailers or product brands. I have sound knowledge of what I'm talking about and a bog brush is no replacement for a wheel brush. Please leave it there...
Avoid. Invest in one of these!
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