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    Default Any decent rim brushes?

    The last two I bought both fell apart... One was a microfiber one, and the microfibre pad literally just fell off the handle. The other one had bristles and the bristles fell out.

    What do you guys use?

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    Default Re: Any decent rim brushes?

    I use one from Canadian tire, I think it's armour all... but the Bruce is too thick to get in a tighter spoke rim. It won't fit in the smaller section of my stock rims.

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    Default Re: Any decent rim brushes?

    Quote Originally Posted by 2012mazda3hatch View Post
    I use one from Canadian tire, I think it's armour all... but the Bruce is too thick to get in a tighter spoke rim. It won't fit in the smaller section of my stock rims.
    The Bruce is too thick eh?

    I might give it a try. If it hasn't fallen apart on you, it's still better than the two "disposable" ones I've tried.

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    Default Re: Any decent rim brushes?

    Quote Originally Posted by m_bisson View Post
    The Bruce is too thick eh?

    I might give it a try. If it hasn't fallen apart on you, it's still better than the two "disposable" ones I've tried.
    LOL whoops I know, I can't edit my posts and didn't want to do a double post 😂

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    Default Re: Any decent rim brushes?

    I use a Simoniz brush, the heads a little big if you've got really tight spokes, but for me it's perfect


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    Default Re: Any decent rim brushes?

    I also use a simoniz brush, long handled version - http://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/si...-0396125p.html
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    Default Re: Any decent rim brushes?

    Quote Originally Posted by m_bisson View Post
    The last two I bought both fell apart... One was a microfiber one, and the microfibre pad literally just fell off the handle. The other one had bristles and the bristles fell out.

    What do you guys use?
    http://3dproductscanada.com/3-piece-wheel-woolies/

    These and the rim face brush, and lug brush. works well. also have the tire brush from 3d. bout 3 or so years now. holding up very well.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lmmorden View Post
    Costco = good cheap solution
    Just go to automotive and ask to see their nuts
    It's like a buck a nut

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