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Sonic brush

Hey,

Looking to see if anyone has used one of these? And if there any good?

Some guys on detailing world had them ages ago but dont know if theyre still the in thing,

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Thanks in advance

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Excellent for tough to clean alloys & tailpipes too
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Al grab one tomorrow then, theyre 3.99 in home bargins
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It would greatly depend on how hard the bristles are. If they're hard I wouldn't use them on my wheels at all, if the crud is that bad and Either Bilt & Hamber Auto-Wheel or Korossol couldn't shift it then a brush won't make any difference other than scratch the surrounding lacquer.
I'd consider using one on awkward areas of carpet or maybe small blobs of tar.
But for £3.99 it's worth a punt as I'm sure there's plenty of other uses for them.
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They are soft. The pointy brush head is great for nooks & crannies.
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Just got a jml one and some replacement heads, all for a 5ver
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called a sonic scrubber :P it does come in handy
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Looks interesting - I might got one. Thanks
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My wife has an electric toothbrush and she's usually asleep on Sun am when I usually clean the cars
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My wife has an electric toothbrush and she's usually asleep on Sun am when I usually clean the cars
nice one
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