Not yet used but just by touching the bristles I can tell, it should be one of the most gentle to the car interior that exists on the market. One thing I've noticed, as non-professional. The metal post that is supposed to be attached to a professional polishing machine has thread. This is something professionals most likely know by heart and I'm not blaming the seller here for not disclosing that. I didn't know it and I wanted to use it with my cordless drill. I'm still figuring out a way of how to use it without damaging the thread. Maybe I'll just put it in, tighten it up and don't worry about the thread at all, since I don't have a professional polisher and will only use it with the cordless drill. It just hearts me to damage such a good piece of equipment. Please fellow unprofessionals be mindful of that.
Really thought I'd been keeping after the leather seats before, but this was a real eye opener. Works great on my Griot's RP.
It seems like it’s good quality lol
I'm a Limo Driver in Bonita Springs, Fl. (Bonita Bee Airport Express). The drivers take care of general cleaning of the fleet but I noticed that our Towncars needed more. I started to do a more thorough detailing of the fleet and initially bought a brush from another company that was described as a "White Soft Bristled Brush" (good for leather interior). When I received it, it was way to stiff and I decided not to use it in fear that it would harm the leather. I then found detailersdomain.com and ordered their Ultra Interior Brush. This was exactly the brush I was looking for. It cleaned the leather seats perfectly and most importantly, safely . For my money this is the perfect brush to use with your DA buffer.