October 15, 2017
It Works for Me
I read a lot of reviews and this seems to be a much maligned product. I was always interested so I decided to part with $11.99 and made the purchase. I actually like this product. It gets into the counterbore of the lugs and surrounds the lugnuts. It is a lot better than trying to shove a rag into the counterbore. I like it.
ProsCompetitive price Ease of Use Ergonomically Friendly
ConsNot available in Patriots Blue
February 24, 2012
Waste of Money
The foam heads shrink/deform once wet leaving the ends of the plastic T-handle exposed to potentially scratch the lugs. Also, if you have longer lugs (i have a QX56 with 22" rims) I could hear the plastic on the side/font of the lugs as I rotated the handle. The foam pads are also not easy to interchange/install. I resorted to using the foam pads without the T-handle which is, at best, a 50% solution. I'm going to try the foam finger pads instead. Great concept but poor execution.
By David Hamond
September 16, 2011
Just what i needed
Ive been looking for a way to clean my lugnuts without busting my fingertips everytime i wash my wheels. This tool makes it so easy to get in the tight areas. Ill be getting more replacement foam for my brush and enjoy it for many washes to come.
August 31, 2011
After a few uses the soft foam compresses and the hard plastic presses against the recessed part of the wheel. I had to shorten each hard plastic "spoke" of the cleaner about one quarter inch. Now it works fine on all three of my vehicles.
July 22, 2011
Recessed Wheel Lug Nut Brush
The foam cleaning head ripped apart on FIRST use. I bought extra heads when I purchased, but have never used them. Honestly this product is junk.
April 7, 2011
The foam bunches up after about 3 lugs. Looks like it costs about 25 cents to make and thats about what it's worth.
By Victor Valez
January 16, 2010
Doesn't Last; Others better
I bought it for my Mercedes and it was good for one time. The foam is not made to last. It's cheap but requires buying more foam heads. I found a product elsewhere called Brushnut that doesn't scratch, lasts and fits any car. I think that's a better product than this gimmick.
July 16, 2009
Lug Nut Brush Does Not Last
The brush works great but you will not get much life out of the two included Foam Brush Heads. I was able to source these about two years ago through a close out and have used them on over 100 vehicles. Typical live on the foam heads about a dozen wheels and you will see rips in the foam head. It will then becomeworthless shortly there after because the foam head will begin to slip off the "fingers" on the end of the brush. Don't get me wrong I love this tool it just the foam cartridge is not very robust ! Is it worth $10 - NO
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