Once you try our Montana Original Boar’s Hair 8 inch Wheel Brush, you’ll want to toss out your synthetic brushes! Genuine boar’s hair is the way to go if you want to protect the crisp, metallic shine of your wheels. No other brush is as gentle and effective at cleaning scratch-prone metal!
Montana Original Boar’s Hair 8 inch Wheel Brush is packed with real boar’s hair bristles. We chose slightly stiffer hairs from a more mature animal than what you’ll find in our boar’s hair wash brushes. The increased firmness makes the bristles more effective at removing the tough grime that coats wheels, like stubborn brake dust. The hairs are thoroughly cleaned before being attached to the handles.
With hundreds of sturdy yet flexible hairs, our Montana Original Boar’s Hair 8 inch Wheel Brush is the safest brush you can use on coated, painted, plated, or anodized wheel finishes. Each hair is naturally feathered at the end to ensure a gentle touch on the wheels.
The short 8 inch brush gives you excellent leverage to loosen baked-on brake dust on wheels. You can also use it to clean metal mirror casings and metal bumpers – places where bugs accumulate. The short, thick bristles will safely remove the grime without scratching delicate metals.
The wheel brush features a convenient hanging hole in the end of the handle. Bristles are bundled and permanently glued into the molded plastic handles. The plastic construction ensures long term performance.
For the best results, use a water-based wheel cleaner such as Pinnacle Clear Coat Safe Wheel Cleaner, no matter what kind of wheels you have. This non-acidic, non-corrosive cleaner breaks the bond between brake dust and the wheel surface. Gentle agitation with the Montana Original Boar’s Hair 8 inch Wheel Brush will leave your wheels sparkling clean.
Be gentle on your wheels because the road is not. The Montana Original Boar’s Hair 8 inch Wheel Brush safely and effectively cleans all types of wheels with the 100% natural boar’s hair.
8 1/2 inch handle.
2 1/2 inch bristles.
Made in U.S.A.
Detailing Tip: Soak your boar's hair wash brush in soapy water for a few minutes before use to make the hairs even softer and more pliable!
Plain and simple this brush needs more bristles, if that was the case it would be a five star.
Not enough bristles, to thin.
May 17, 2011
A bit pricey but you quickly forget about the price after a couple uses. I've been using this brush for more than a year on the wheels of my three vehicles. This brush is so soft and still cleans the dirt, very well. I pair this up with some DP wheel gel and the Daytona Speed Wheel brush to do my wheels.
July 10, 2009
I wish it had more bristles (or hair as it may be). If there were more hairs, much more densely packed, this thing would be perfect!