Top critical review
Not recommended. Fall apart and Wood swells and Cracks after normal use.
Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2017
I am a Profesional Auto Detailer and use these on door panels, cracks in-between seats, vents, emblems, grilles, and wheel faces. They are stiff enough to scratch softer paint (My BMW E46), albeit still relativity soft.. Not an issue on vehicles with harder paint (some newer Mercedes I have not seen this problem. I have detailed emblems with them and always see swirls when I am done, especially on black paint. These are excellent for dusting vents and small cracks in the center console, and brushing wheel faces, but on softer wheel faces they can leave scratches. I opt for a microfiber cleaning (Wheel Woolies) method instead.
However, They are cheaply made, and break easily.
I have broken two brushes under normal use, and the wood swells and cracks, leaving a very unpleasant feel in the hand. These brushes would be 10x better if they were dipped in polyurethane to make the wooden handles water-proof, and if the bristles were actually a part of the handle. Please see attached pictures.
I am very disappointed in these brushes. I've only used them on 10-12 jobs and they're falling apart with normal use. Look elsewhere for quality brushes. I originally bought these because I thought I would never have to deal with bad brushes again. I guess I will have to keep looking for quality brushes.