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    Is it me or is Obsessed Garage high on his prices ? $ 27.00 for a tire brush ..

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    Re: Obsessed Garage

    Maybe paying a bit of markup for the OG transaction??

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    Keep in mind they are a smaller company. They also charge a bit more to make a bit of profit and has been transparent about this. One can always buy that brush or anything else some place else.
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    Re: Obsessed Garage

    I will never pay that much for any tire brush..
    Here is an example of a great tire brush for my needs.. Have used lots of these over the years and they have never failed to work..
    TUF SHINE Tire Brush

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    I like the SM Arnold 82-012, the handle is a little more ergonomic than the Tuf Shine brush.

    Oh, and I`m not too obsessed with the garage guy...really the opposite.
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    Re: Obsessed Garage

    There`s also a new brush from Detail Factory that looks nice. Saw it on other sites before I noticed it on OG site, price is fairly the same everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Setec Astronomy View Post
    I like the SM Arnold 82-012, the handle is a little more ergonomic than the Tuf Shine brush.

    Oh, and I`m not too obsessed with the garage guy...really the opposite.
    Is that one of the yellow, green, or grey brushes? I was looking at those.... Priced nice, and up here at a local big chain, CT, they look similar to some offerings Chemical Guys have, but priced slightly better than CG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silly Rabbit View Post
    Is that one of the yellow, green, or grey brushes? I was looking at those.... Priced nice, and up here at a local big chain, CT, they look similar to some offerings Chemical Guys have, but priced slightly better than CG.
    No, it`s got white bristles. They have one that looks just like the Tuf Shine except the handle is tan (85-639); I just find if my hands are wet that brush is difficult to hold, although now that I almost always wear gloves when cleaning wheels that`s not as much of a problem. The 82-012 has slightly shorter bristles and a fancy handle. I got mine from diycleaning...you can finish that. I believe DIY is part of S.M. Arnold, they are in the same building. It looks like I haven`t ordered from there since 2006. You can browse the catalog and then you need to put the P/N into the product search box to get to a page you can order from. But it looks like there are other more modern web stores that sell it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Setec Astronomy View Post
    I like the SM Arnold 82-012, the handle is a little more ergonomic than the Tuf Shine brush.

    Oh, and I`m not too obsessed with the garage guy...really the opposite.
    Same

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    Yeah I see no $27 tire brush on OG. All the brushes I see on his sight are priced similar to internet Obsessed Garage


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    Quote Originally Posted by Coatings=crack View Post
    Yeah I see no $27 tire brush on OG.
    I just looked...I think we all got trolled on this one.
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    Re: Obsessed Garage

    FYI, the Tuff Shine Tire Brush is on back-order and there is no confirmation of when it might be available through the Autopia Store.

    Seems many detaling car-care products and related equipment items are are on back-order. Just the way things are now trying to buy and procure them.
    As one grocer manager told me, if it isn`t finding the raw material for processing and manufacturing a food item, it`s the packaging for it that may be in short supply, or the trucks for shipping the final product are not available. They are all interrelated.
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    I have one of his Pressol spray bottles I got in a Glovebox subscription box. Its pretty good.
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    I just ordered the CR Spotless from him, its a bit cheaper there.

    Also sent the Active VE56 pressure, so I`m super excited.

    The Pressol sprayers were uncomfortable and leaky
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    Quote Originally Posted by craigdt View Post
    I just ordered the CR Spotless from him, its a bit cheaper there.

    Also sent the Active VE56 pressure, so I`m super excited.

    The Pressol sprayers were uncomfortable and leaky
    Craigdt:
    PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, post a review of your experience and opinions/evaluation/judgment on using this neat, small electric power washer. This particular power washer seems really geared toward the occasional, detailing hobbyist car washer. Also let us know what additional equipment, like hoses, fittings, orifices, and foam cannon(s) you have paired with this power washer. Inquiring minds want to know.

    Obsessed Garage also sells Milwaukee Tool items. I am really interested in seeing reviews in this forum on MT`s new battery-powered M18-FUEL 21mm and 15mm Random Orbital Polishers if and when anyone get one and uses it and how they compare with Flex battery-powered polishers.
    (Hey Captain Obvious; why don`t YOU buy the Milwaukee Tool and Flex polishers and then post YOUR review. Sorry, I already blew my detailing budget at the Autopia Store recently trying to help keep this forum going.)
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