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    Boar's hair brush

    Any of you all use the Montana boar's hair brush to wash your entire vehicle? I've have a couple of larger vehicles and climbing around to get the top is getting harder for me. I was thinking about using the one with the larger head with a handle.
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    Re: Boar's hair brush

    i'd love to have one, but a little pricey. actually i use a rv flow through brush from walmart and love it. it's very soft and i've never had any scratching problems at all. once you use a long handle wash brush for those larger rides and see how much time it saves, you won't go back. i think my next move will be to a griot's garage microfiber wash mop stick kit with replaceable heads. it is very reasonable and looks well made.

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    Re: Boar's hair brush

    I have a BHB for cleaning leather and one on the end of a wash pole for large jobs, but never for the whole job, just those hard to reach places...trucks and SUV's

    On leather use it's the bomb for getting into the small cracks and deep cleaning.
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    Re: Boar's hair brush

    Quote Originally Posted by tropicsteve View Post
    i'd love to have one, but a little pricey. actually i use a rv flow through brush from walmart and love it. it's very soft and i've never had any scratching problems at all. once you use a long handle wash brush for those larger rides and see how much time it saves, you won't go back. i think my next move will be to a griot's garage microfiber wash mop stick kit with replaceable heads. it is very reasonable and looks well made.
    I have the same brush and love it. I take very good care of it and make sure to never get it very dirty, and so far its not caused any marring. I use it on roofs and windshields mostly because Im short.

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    Re: Boar's hair brush

    Bought one (not a long handle one) when I had Jet Black BMW

    Was afraid to use it, Oh well

    Now I guess it'll be part of the custody disputes
    Formerly the "Best Detailer", now just Super Wax Waster Man. Not necessarily tactful, but normally right. It's good to be da King !!!

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    Re: Boar's hair brush

    i bought the long handle one for my conversion van and use it often. the trick to it is not to press on the paint but use just the bristles. holds soap nicely and works as it should. pleased with the purchase.

 

 

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