Detailer's Domain Wheel Detailing Brush
Our NEW Detailing Wheel Brush is the perfect tool to clean all wheel types! It features longer and more bristles that are stiff enough to remove grime without scratching the surface. The flexible handle allows you to bend the brush to reach all the nooks and crannies. You will find hundreds of applications around your garage, shop and home!
- Flexible handle for tight areas!
- Safe on all wheel types including matte, chrome, polished and painted wheels!
- Scratch fre!
- Easily reaches delicate nooks and crannies!
Important: Only use brush on a surface that is cool to the touch!
- Use water to rinse off debris, dust or mud from the surfaces that the brush will come in contact with.
- Fill a bucket with warm water and a quality soap that produces a good amount of suds.
- The warmer the water the softer the bristles become.
- Submerge the brush in the bucket of warm, soapy water.
- Visually inspect the area you want to clean.
- Pick a straight path through nooks, crannies and crevices then insert the brush keeping your wrist inline with the handle.
- To prevent the bristles from getting caught, gently twist the brush in one direction while removing it.
- The brush will slide into most nooks and crannies. If you find one that it won't, do not force it!
- Rinse surfaces off with water to remove all the soap.
- Use an electric blower or a soft, absorbent cloth to dry delicate surfaces.
- Clean grease or oil off the brush with warm water and soap or a solvent. The bristles are chemical resistant and will withstand strong solvents.
- Rinse the brush thoroughly with water to remove all soap or solvent from the bristles.
- Hang the brush to dry.
- If the bristles become matted, rinse them in very warm water and hang the brush to dry or hold the brush in front of warm forced air, such as a heater vent or a blow dryer on low setting.