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    Re: Wheel brushes

    Quote Originally Posted by allenk4 View Post
    Wheel Woolies are great for Door Jambs

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    I have found the same thing, but have a question. How do you rinse out all the soap? If I could fit my hand in with a towel I wouldn't need the woolie.
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    Re: Wheel brushes

    Quote Originally Posted by Anomander View Post
    Having trouble finding the link that was posted awhile back to the German Wheel Brushes Larry sells on ammonyc.com.
    Anyone got the skinny?
    I believe Evan J knows the website you are looking for. PM him. Good guy.

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    Re: Wheel brushes

    Thanks, Chris.

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    Re: Wheel brushes

    "How do you rinse out all the soap?"

    Just spray carefully with the hose.

    I wrap a microfiber around a small Mother's Detail Brush to dry most areas and "Shoeshine Style" the rest.

    Mothers Detail Brush Set cleans crevices and creases inside your car. Mother Detail Brush Set includes 2 small brushes.

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    Re: Wheel brushes

    Quote Originally Posted by Anomander View Post
    I'm more interested in these brushes for less than $60.


    If you haven't already, why not try the boar's hair brushes AG sells for $8? Sure, they are not made in Germany, but they are not $60 either.

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    Re: Wheel brushes

    I have this one from AGO.

    Works well.

    Does not seem to scratch, although I bet it could if used too aggressively.

    Wheel Woolies Boar’s Hair Detail Brush 1 inch



    This however....stinks!

    Recessed Wheel Lug Nut Cleaning & Polishing Brush, clean lug nuts, Corvette rims

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    Wheel Woolies are almost useless to clean wheels with completely IMHO. This is because they are not flexible to clean behind the spokes 100% on most wheels. You can't really clean rotor hats with them either.

    I use mine for wheel wells. I'd say if your real picky about cleaning the whole wheel, you need Daytona Brushes. They do splatter a bit on the user. So, maybe if you need to clean your wheels on the way to your GQ photo shoot, you should go with Wheel Woolies.

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    Re: Wheel brushes

    I love the AMMO brushes but not at that price point

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    Re: Wheel brushes

    I'm out of the loop, I like the big wooden brush from AmmoNYC if anyone has a link to the non Ammo version and can PM me where to get it I'm all ears. As for the Woolies Ammo sells, are they different than the ones I see everywhere else? Or is it just the way the pics of them were taken that makes them look different. The head on the large one looks way bigger than the normal 10" Woolie I see all over the place.

    I'm tempted to get the Auto Finesse brushes, but I would like that really large German one *drool*

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    Re: Wheel brushes

    Quote Originally Posted by quebert View Post
    I'm out of the loop, I like the big wooden brush from AmmoNYC if anyone has a link to the non Ammo version and can PM me where to get it I'm all ears. As for the Woolies Ammo sells, are they different than the ones I see everywhere else? Or is it just the way the pics of them were taken that makes them look different. The head on the large one looks way bigger than the normal 10" Woolie I see all over the place.

    I'm tempted to get the Auto Finesse brushes, but I would like that really large German one *drool*
    There are 5 variations of Wheel Woolies, that I am aware of

    Wheel Woolies Car Detailing Brushes

    The one in the picture is the Large version.
    Nineteen inches long with 3" diameter head.

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