Durability is great
I use mine mainly for barrels
Left outside after washes etc
Still in perfect condition had for a few years now
Durability is great
Been using Wheel Woolies for a good few years (@[email protected] got me them).... absolutely the best wheel brush on the market.... had the Auto Finesse version and got rid after a couple of uses..... have a Stjarnagloss one here to try but no feedback on it yet..... I found the WW softer than the EZ brushes but it’s personal preference..... WW definitely reach and agitate right to the back of my barrels, borne out by the regular wheels off “deep” clean and seal sessions!
Totally agree they should be sold singly.... I only use one of the 3 set regularlyJust to clarify, I'm not comparing woolies to a bristle brush. I'm saying I had woolies but not the original woolies. Bit like saying Hoover instead of vacuum cleaner.
If your cleaning multiple types of wheel I imagine you could benefit from a set of woolies. I wish they'd sell them individually as when I had them I only used one.
Yeah, it’s only worthwhile if you are putting a big order in. Better to keep it local in these times anyway. @Big Pimp sells them
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Didn’t realise they came with a lifetime warranty, I’ve one that’s wrecked with shedding but the only problem is I can’t remember where I bought them it was that long ago.I had a EZ Detail brush previously to my wheel woolies from @Big Pimp and in my opinion there is no comparison, wheel woolies every time. I only use the ez detailing brush on the carpet type inner arches on the rear.
the only thing I noticed is the biggest wheel woolie is starting to shed when I use it but they come with a lifetime guarantee.