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Two Way Mini Detailing Brush

Two heads are better than one!

Detailing between air vents and in seams on your dashboard and console can be a challenge. Many professional detailers don’t even bother cleaning all the nooks and crannies because it’s just not an efficient way to use their time. That’s because they don’t have the Two Way Mini Detailing Brush.

This one brush serves two purposes: it dislodges stubborn grime with the stiff, black bristles, and it gently cleans clear plastic panels with the soft, beige bristles. Buying only one brush saves you money and you don’t have to keep up with multiple brushes. One detailing brush does it all!

The stiff, nylon bristles are perfect for the seams between panels on your dashboard and on your doors. They are stiff enough to remove old dust, dirt, and dressings that have accumulated in crevices and around buttons on your upholstery.

The soft bristles are made of all natural hog’s hair. Feathered at the ends, these bristles will clean the corners of clear plastic panels without scratching. Safely clean your delicate stereo face and the corners of your rearview mirror.

The bristles are securely glued into a wooden handle. The entire brush is 6.5” long and only ¾” wide. You can comfortably hold it like a pencil and clean out all the tiny spaces in your vehicle’s interior without switching brushes.

Clean where you’ve never been able to clean before! The Two Way Mini Detailing Brush gives you two ways to clean cracks and crevices in your vehicle for a deep down clean.

Two Way Mini Detailing Brush

Our Price: $4.99
Item ID: B-296
Availability: Usually ships the same business day
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Two Way Mini Detailing Brush
$4.99
1.5 Stars based on 3 Review(s)
Dane
Hinckley, Ohio
1 Stars

Not quality
May 17, 2015
Falls apart after a couple of uses

Marty
1 Stars

don't buy it
August 14, 2013
fell apart, cheap

Dave
2 Stars

Good at first
May 15, 2011
Brush was good at first. But about 2 months later all the black bristles fell out. Made cheap.