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    Question Wheel brushes

    Trying to decide if I should get the pack of Wheel Woolies or the pack of Daytona Speed brushes.

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    Re: Wheel brushes

    I had the same question a few weeks back. What I got for responses is the Daytona brushes are great, and clean great, but make a bigger mess then they clean. When you pull them out the bristles splatter cleaning solution, and dirt and dust everywhere, The wheel woolies are equally as good, without the mess. I am now a proud owner of wheel woolies.
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    I have Wheel Woolie brushes and are not that fond of them at all. Try these out, they are fantastic.

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    Re: Wheel brushes

    I'm not a big fan of the wheel woolies either. I have them and used them but I prefer the daytona brushes. I use the daytona jr for the spokes, the larger daytona for the inner barrel and the pro for the wheel well.

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    Re: Wheel brushes

    Quote Originally Posted by Coopers ST View Post
    I had the same question a few weeks back. What I got for responses is the Daytona brushes are great, and clean great, but make a bigger mess then they clean. When you pull them out the bristles splatter cleaning solution, and dirt and dust everywhere, The wheel woolies are equally as good, without the mess. I am now a proud owner of wheel woolies.
    I agree. Daytona brushes do work well but do splatter a bit, nothings perfect. I recently bought the Wheel Woolies but have yet to try them. When the weather becomes more favorable to car washing I'll give them a try and hope for the best.

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    Re: Wheel brushes

    Quote Originally Posted by b0b View Post
    I have Wheel Woolie brushes and are not that fond of them at all. Try these out, they are fantastic.

    AMMO wheel brushes - Auto Geek Online Auto Detailing Forum

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    The Ammo ones are wheel woolies

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    Wheel woollies are a love hate for me. Some wheels they are great on (no fling is nice), but I don't have a single one the can fit in between big brakes and the barrel. They collect dust in my shop - might use them once or twice this year. Sucks too because they aren't exactly cheap

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    Re: Wheel brushes

    I have both.

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    Re: Wheel brushes

    there are a few techniques to minimize the splatter that the dayton/ez detail brushes create but yea they are a mess.

    haven't got around to purchasing wheel woolies yet because at that price point i always end up buying something else lol. I do want to give them a try though.

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    Re: Wheel brushes

    Quote Originally Posted by AeroCleanse View Post
    The Ammo ones are wheel woolies
    The those ones are bridled glue brushes so a little different but both are great.

    I have the Wheel woolies, Daytona Speed masters and to be honest I use them all depending on what car I am working on. You will find that some cars have more space than others when it come to the brake caliper and wheel barrel space. Some have a lot and some have very little.

    If I were you I would start off with the Daytona speed master brushes as they can do everything you would need.
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