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Carrand Flow-Thru 10

Carrand Flow-Thru 10

Our Price: $22.49
Item ID: CAR-93089LH
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Extends up to 68 inches!

The Carrand Flow-Thrugh 10” Locking Brush is perfect for washing boats and RVs. This sturdy brush features a 10” locking head packed full of synthetic nylon bristles that gently remove dirt and grime from your boat and RV. The telescoping handle extends up to 68 inches, making it easy to clean hard to reach areas. The flow-thru head is a huge time saver as well!

Cleaning your boat or RV has never been easier!

There’s always the right tool for the job, and in the case of washing your boat or RV, you simply cannot beat the Carrand Flow-Thru 10” Locking Brush. The total weight is less than 2 lbs, making it easy to hold onto as you wash your boat or RV.

The Carrand Flow-Thru 10” Locking Brush comes with an adjustable slide water control and built-in hose swivel, along with a super heavy duty die-cast threaded metal tip.

The Carrand Flow-Thru 10” Locking Brush is stiff enough to scrub non-skid, and gentle enough to wash your painted RV. Pair the Carrand Flow-Thru 10” Locking Brush with a quality shampoo, like Marine 31 Gel Coat Wash & Wax with Carnauba, and you have a recipe for a clean, shiny boat/RV.

Throw away your old, tatty brush and broom handle and upgrade to the Carrand Flow-Thru 10” Locking Brush!

Review Summary
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Mechanicsville, VA
Great brush
I've only used this brush to wash the top and the windshield of my truck and SUV and worked great. Didn't use the flow thru feature, so cant speak on that.
Cudjoe Key, FL
Flow thru handle won't last
Nice brush very soft. The flow thru handle is plastic pressed into an aluminum shaft which worked loose on its first use. I was able to press it back in by placing a piece of wood on top of it and hitting the wood with a hammer. I don't think the flow thru handle will stay put if a hose is attached, so that feature is a bust.
ProsNice brush
ConsPoor design of Handle.