DI Brushes Speed Master Wheel Brush
- Clean hard to reach areas with ease!
- Soft Nylex bristles that bounce back to shape
- Brush measures 18", including the handle
- Vinyl-coated stem for added protection
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Product DescriptionThe DI Brushes Speed Master Wheel Brush will allow you to clean your wheels, engine bay and other hard to reach areas with ease! The Speed Master is like the popular EZ Detail Brush, but on steroids! The flexible nylon Nylex bristles are feathered at the ends, making them extremely soft and safe for any wheel type (aluminum, chrome, stainless, clear coated, painted,etc.). These bristles will fold against the stem up to a 1/2 inch thickness when in use, allowing you to reach tight areas easily. The stem of the Speed Master measures 13 inches long and it is vinyl-coated wire that flexes to reach all the way through the wheel. Flex it in the shape of an "L", and "S", or any other shape you need to reach any part of the wheel. The flexible stem will stay in position until you bend it back. This vinyl coating protects the wheel from scratching and he tip of the brush is also coated in vinyl for added protection from scratching. Unlike other detailing brushes that can lose their shape, the Nylex material will bounce back after each detail. Just rinse this brush under hot water and the bristles will settle back to their original shape. If you are looking to remove dirt, grime, and brake dust from your wheels, engine bay and other hard to reach areas, the DI Brushes Speed Master Wheel Brush is for you!
Reviewed by kawika k. on 11/14/2015
Would they buy this item again? Yes
Great product ..Now I just need the bigger one I'll be set
Reviewed by Jeff B. on 7/23/2016
Would they buy this item again? No
This brush is not safe on PVD coated wheels like the ones on my Jeep SRT. It worked great at reaching the brake dust in between the spokes and on the calipers, but after drying I found my wheels covered in scratches. Now I've got hours into hopefully polishing out all the scratches. Needless to say I'm not happy.