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    Just got myself some MV2's and was wondering what would be the best brush to use to get in between the spokes...?

    The gap is very narrow!! :(
     
     

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    i've got 160's not got MV2's,

    but this is the best wheel cleaning brush i've ever owned by a mile.
    cleans the alloys completely all the way to the back,
    and the bristles don't get crushed down easily like every other brush i've ever bought...

    the EZ detail brush.

     
     

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    I have exactly the same for MV2's but found it was slightly to big and a little too bendy for getting in that small bit.

    I cut a sponge up and used that with a prod!!!
     
     

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    The EZ brush seems to be a common choice....

    I have a Megs brush like this:

    http://www.meguiars-online.co.uk/pro...l-spoke-brush/

    Have either of you used that, and how does that compare to the EZ one?

    FWORDM3 - What do you use as a prod??
     
     

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    I just use a cheap standard brush for in-between the spokes, gets the job done everytime it's a perfect fit
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y15HAL View Post
    The EZ brush seems to be a common choice....

    I have a Megs brush like this:

    http://www.meguiars-online.co.uk/pro...l-spoke-brush/

    Have either of you used that, and how does that compare to the EZ one?

    FWORDM3 - What do you use as a prod??
    my 'megs' brush used to splatter dirt everywhere..all the bristles got bent and twisted, so ended up in the bin.
    it isn't an item designed by them, as you can get them for a fiver on ebay.

    i can't emphasise enough, how much the ez brush transformed wheel cleaning for me.
    i know £20 sounds a bit steep for a brush, but it would still be cheap if it was twice the price... it's that good.


    as lee h said, will a cheap U shaped alloy brush not fit in the gap?

     
     

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    Not too sure, will have to have a look around and see i suppose....

    Just wanted to see other's views before i took the plunge
     
     

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    I have the same wheels and I use a big brush as people above but to get in-between the spokes all that you need is the little cheap u shaped one for a couple of quid
     
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y15HAL View Post
    The EZ brush seems to be a common choice....

    I have a Megs brush like this:

    http://www.meguiars-online.co.uk/pro...l-spoke-brush/

    Have either of you used that, and how does that compare to the EZ one?

    FWORDM3 - What do you use as a prod??
    A toothbrush mate, I now use my old polishing mit for cleaning the wheels but just about to put the MV2's back on. I have also sprayed them black so the winter can come as much as it likes...
     
     

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