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Got myself one of these delivered today, along with the 3 additional brush heads. Got to be of use on the impossiclean wheels on the GT:(

The GT wheels can take me as long as the rest of the car:cry:

It seems really good quality and very heavy duty:cool:

I'll report back:)
 
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(Isn't Lily Allen a sonic scrubber?)

So it's basically a repackage toothbrush? :lol:
 

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So it's basically a repackage toothbrush? :lol:
This baby would shred your gums:wow: You can't stop the head rotating!!!
 

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Looking at the alternative brush set, one of them will be perfect for the V6 cam cover:cool:
 

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Damn I looked at this thread hoping for some other type of scrubber...
 

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Keep us posted on this SR. If it does the job it could be a fantastic boon, and not too expensive either.
Like you, it takes me longer to wash the wheels than the car.
 

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use carnauba wax on your alloys 4 times a year, then they clean easily with a light rub from a sponge, literally less than 1 min per wheel.
 

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It's pretty good but it still takes ages to get the wheels clean. A lot less (virtually nil) effort granted. Also excellent on the callipers. Sealed the wheels afterwards too:thumbs:

Worthwhile? Yes:)
 

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I can really recommend trutrle wax nano alloy cleaner on tricky wheels (seen mine?!) - gets the stubbon deposits off. Also the alloy wax from the same range does a great job of making dirt easy-off.
 
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