Have you ever walked by the makeup section at a store, looked at the makeup brushes and thought, “I bet those would make great brushes for detailing because they are so soft!” But maybe you were concerned about the durability as they were not made to handle the chemicals it would be exposed to? So you went down the rabbit hole of makeup brushes to find out which one would work best for you and may or may not have had the Sephora employee explain the difference? We all did that, right? Well, your perfect brush has finally been created.
The Detail Factory Brushes are extremely soft, like won’t scratch piano black interior plastics soft. They also have a great density of brushes to really hold a lot of product and distribute it well.
The softness of the brush is something I have been searching for, for a while now. When doing interiors or even gloss black wheels the standard brushes just weren’t soft enough. The softness also makes them more pliable and the type of brushes and the way it flares out really helps create a nice lather that really does a good job at getting the surface clean and getting into all of the nooks and crannies.
So far the durability, and what other people have said, is great. Little to no bristle loss and the handle is just a piece of plastic so not much that can go wrong there.
These are actually a tad cheaper than the boar’s hair brushes that were the only option prior and while I don’t think these replace them fully, they do excel in some areas. I would still recommend the boar’s hair for engine bays, door jams, exhaust tips, wheels that are not polished or gloss black. However, when it comes to interior pieces, badges, trim, etc these brushes are the way to go.