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    Wheel Woolies Users - What’s your go to size?

    Looking to get into a Wheel Woolies style wheel cleaning brush, but trying to decide which size would be best to go with.


    I`m mainly looking for something for between spokes and in their corners, I`m not too worried about getting barrels.


    I’ve got the SpeedMaster brushes, but can’t really stand them since they mainly just transfer the dirt/wheel cleaner from the wheels to my clothes.


    Wheels range from 5 spokes to BBS Style Y spokes. The BBS style have that frustrating lip behind the spokes that you have to clean, even if you’re not doing full barrels.

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    Re: Wheel Woolies Users - What’s your go to size?

    All i have are a couple of the medium size ones. I don`t find myself looking at getting anymore in different sizes. One i use for wheels. The other i use for undercarriage, and engine bay cleaning.
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    Re: Wheel Woolies Users - What’s your go to size?

    Mid size too it my go-to. I find large works on a large open wheel but mid would work too. Small...not too much use for me.

    I bought the 3 pak kit. I have not looked to see if you can buy singles.
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    Re: Wheel Woolies Users - What’s your go to size?

    Gee, all I use mine for are the barrels (and even the smallest one is often too big to fit past the caliper), and I hardly ever use `em period since I still have to get in there with a mitt anyhow. Otherwise I use BHBs or little mitts.

    So I can`t help but wonder whether the WW is really the right tool for this job...isn`t for me, but that`s just me and my wheels.
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