Excellent wheel brush
January 28, 2020
This little bad boy is much better for your wheels than the cheaper nylon type with the feathered ends for three reasons. First, the natural bristle holds a lot of water and suds which helps to remove that nasty brake dust. Second, again, because it is a natural bristle, it is resilient, that is, it has a little spring to it, which translates into reaching into those little nooks and crannies that nylon brushes can't. Third, it is very soft, so it won't scratch the clear coat on your wheels. Yes, it is a little pricey, but it lasts a long time, much longer than its nylon counterparts, and so pays for itself. A good investment for your detailing kit.
Pros1. Holds a lot of water and soap suds. 2. Resilient. 3. Soft, won't damage clear coat finishes. 4. Outlasts cheaper nylon brushes, so actually saves money over time.
Cons1. A little pricey.
By WILLIAM M.
July 14, 2018
One time around the wheel you're done
January 11, 2016
Nice soft brush, could use some more bristles to get all five stars.
March 13, 2015
Always wanted one of these. I finally went and got it and am very happy with it.
ProsSoft as a baby's a_ _! My wheels are factory painted and never leaves any scratches...
ConsNone at all, bought it using Chem Guys coupon...
Great product, great seller.
January 18, 2015
Product as described. Fast shipping, great product. Highly recommended seller.
By Joe P.
July 21, 2014
a very well made brush that works even better.
July 2, 2014
Transfers water and soap to tires and wheels better than any other bush I have used.
ProsDoes a great job on tires and wheels.
Consa bit expensive.
March 1, 2014
Plain and simple this brush needs more bristles, if that was the case it would be a five star.
ConsNot enough bristles, to thin.
By Ed (.
May 17, 2011
A bit pricey but you quickly forget about the price after a couple uses. I've been using this brush for more than a year on the wheels of my three vehicles. This brush is so soft and still cleans the dirt, very well. I pair this up with some DP wheel gel and the Daytona Speed Wheel brush to do my wheels.
July 10, 2009
I wish it had more bristles (or hair as it may be). If there were more hairs, much more densely packed, this thing would be perfect!
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