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    VXR Nothing comes close w20adm's Avatar
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    Default Wheel woolies are no longer the king of wheel brushes ...

    Ok so wheel woolies are seen as the best wheel cleaning brush on the market. They are very good but you struggle to get the larger ones through the brake caliper, and the small one takes ages to clean a wheel thus isn't time effective.

    Introducing the microfibre madness incredibrush


    Comes in this cardboard tube, which for one shows the money they are willing to put into their products which is a good sign, and the brush definitely does not disappoint



    They have thought of it all with this. They do 2 versions the standard and the flat. The flat is the one to go for as I have here. German made so really well put together.



    Spring loaded so it won't stay bent like a traditional brush when pressure is applied. Also the spring loaded core it sealed in plastic to prevent corrosion.



    The handle has this soft rubbery guard which will prevent scratching alloys if caught when the brush is pushed into the barrel



    already a winner, but then it trumps it even more. Once you're done with it, rather than rinsing it out the microfibre cover just pops off




    And in the washer it goes, coming out clean and virtually dry ready for next use. You can buy more covers too if one gets too damaged!

    Very Impressed with it and being German it should hold up well too. Available for 29.95 at selected detailing places. So move over wheel woolies, there's a new king in town.

    Thanks for reading

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    I'm thinking there's a secondary use for that device whilst the microfibre is in the wash....

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanJ View Post
    I'm thinking there's a secondary use for that device whilst the microfibre is in the wash....
    Hahahhaha


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    No idea what you mean Ian!!!!
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    I had one Very similar to this and it lasted about 8 months before the wire handle snapped where it meets the handle but prior to that is was good.. Wheel Woollies and the Carbon Collective Wheel ones aren't great either as the Glue attaching the Woolley End soon breaks down and then the wolley bit falls off...

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    VXR Nothing comes close w20adm's Avatar
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    Yeah. Well atm I'm trusting the German construction. But time will tell
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    I don't think you could take all that bit deep? I like it though


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    Microfibre madness are brilliant, been using their mitts and wash pads for about 3 years now.

    However i have no issues with my wheel woolies of 2-3 years so wont be changing them any time soon.

    Just use the large one for 3/4 of the wheel and the medium one around calipers, thats what i do anyway.

    Having said that MM's new wheel brush does look special and no doubt will be a great bit of kit
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    Does look good.


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    It feels quality throughout
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