These Boar’s Hair brushes are made using a proprietary single one-piece construction method. The most common brush making technology out there requires brushes to be filled with small diameter tufts set in offset rows. All brush makers make brushes this way. These are made differently. The one-piece tufts are epoxy set in a large molded handle with deep undercuts to anchor the tuft. A brush with a one-piece tuft offers nearly 50% more boar hair increasing the performance of the brush by delivering more cleaner and lifting more abrasive dirt from the car’s wheel surface or painted surface.
Are the Wheel Woolies Boar’s Hair Wheel and Fender Brush worth it?
Are these brushes more expensive than most other brushes on the market? Yes. Are they worth it? Again, Yes! This is one of the greatest investments a detailer or car enthusiast can make. The genuine 100% double boiled boar hair gently cleans delicate wheel finishes removing dirt, grime, and brake dust from all different types of wheel designs and finishes.
How to Clean Boar's Hair Brushes?
Detailing brushes made of Boar's hair should be rinsed well to remove dirt and acidic/caustic wheel and car cleaning solutions. Soap and water can be used to remove detergents and tire dressings. Boar hair brushes should be stored upright like a broom left in the corner.
About Braun Brush Company
Since 1875, the Braun Brush Company has been making the most innovative and finest quality brush tools. To this day, the family-owned company still manufactures all their brushes in the U.S.A., including their patented metal-free brushes for automotive use.