Deep Reach Wire Wheel Brushes
The right brushes make wheel work quick and easy.
These brushes were designed for reaching between spokes and around rims to remove baked on brake dust, caked on road grime, grease, oil and anything else that wheels collect from the road. Without the proper tools, wheel care is a bear. These cone-shaped brushes easily address the intricacies of all models and sizes of wheels and spokes, no matter how uniquely shaped, making upkeep easier than ever.
Appropriate tools greatly reduce the time it takes to tackle any job. Don’t wrestle with the wrong brush or cloth—it will only frustrate you! Your results will be much more satisfying when you utilize a tool that’s made for the task. These wheel brushes have stiff, yet non-scratching bristles to remove offensive dirt and grime, but not harsh enough to scuff even the most delicate wheel surfaces. When choosing a wheel cleaning product, keep in mind that today’s best products are powerful, yet environmentally safe. I recommend Wolfgang Tire & Wheel Cleaner to clean both the tire and the wheel surface effectively, without corroding coated or bare metal wheels.
The 11" Wire Wheel Brush is sized for wheels with smaller slot openings such as BBS or mesh wire wheels. The cone shaped tip is an excellent tool for reaching into intricately patterned wheels. This brush is made of 2" durable tampico bristles.
The 16" Wire Wheel Brush is intended for larger slot openings allowing more wheel surface to be cleaned with each stroke. The 3" tampico bristles are durable, yet gentle, specifically manufactured to resist deterioration from wheel cleaning chemicals.
Save money by purchasing the pair. Have both on hand for all family cars and motorcycles.
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