did you ever really SEE a foaming brush "scratch" your finish? It just
If you're worried about sand, etc from a previous user, just hi-press spray
Guess what will happen if the bonnet picks up a particle or small rock from a
Erhhhhhhh! You lose!
No kidding! I have always sprayed the brush first when prerinsing the car.
I've seen chunks of gravel in the bristles (I live in Canada) left over from
people washing their trucks, so it certainly is a must. That brush cover
would both be a waste of money, and still won't prevent the possibility of
scratching your vehicle. Just blast your brush before you use it...
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