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    Tire brush recommendation

    I have Mother's tire brush and I use Mother's tire cleaner. The tire cleaner does an awesome job but I just dislike the brush. It doesn't suit me ergonomically. Is there any other brush that one uses and can recommend?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Tire brush recommendation

    There is a generic black brush with low profile white stuff bristles. You can get it from tuf shine but others carry it too.

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    Re: Tire brush recommendation

    A short brissel brush works much better to clean tires. I too have and use the very same Mother's tire and wheel brush and I like it on my rim faces more than for tire duty because it's long brush design doesn't "get after it" like a general, short brissel brush.

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    Re: Tire brush recommendation

    Quote Originally Posted by Klasse Act View Post
    A short brissel brush works much better to clean tires. I too have and use the very same Mother's tire and wheel brush and I like it on my rim faces more than for tire duty because it's long brush design doesn't "get after it" like a general, short brissel brush.

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    Re: Tire brush recommendation

    Eldo is right, that first brush sucks Tire brush recommendation...but the 2nd one is fine!

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    Re: Tire brush recommendation

    Quote Originally Posted by Klasse Act View Post
    Eldo is right, that first brush sucks Tire brush recommendation...but the 2nd one is fine!

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    Yea I like and use the 2nd one for wheel faces too.. I donít like the 1st one.

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    Re: Tire brush recommendation

    SONAX Intensive Cleaning Brush can be used on everything from tires to upholstery!

    I have been using the SONAX as of late. Larger than most. It's doing a good job.
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    Re: Tire brush recommendation

    Quote Originally Posted by SixZee View Post
    I have Mother's tire brush...
    Is there any other brush that one
    uses and can recommend?

    Thanks in advance.
    Since I use it, Iíll recommend Tuf Shineís
    tire brush; and itís only $5.00!
    TUF SHINE Tire Brush


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    Re: Tire brush recommendation

    Quote Originally Posted by FUNX650 View Post
    Since I use it, Iíll recommend Tuf Shineís
    tire brush; and itís only $5.00!
    TUF SHINE Tire Brush


    Bob
    That's a perfect brush for scrubbing tires, nice price too!

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    Re: Tire brush recommendation

    Unless you're going to use a machine I doubt you'll find anything better than the tuff shine brush for tires.

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