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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 11-12-2011, 07:06 PM Thread Starter
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Brass Brush?

Just bought a Dakine Tuning kit. This is the kit that includes it all quick question though I'm looking for a brass brush such as the one Snowolf uses in his youtube video. I went to lowes and couldn't find one that large I only found ones tooth brush size. So I'm trying to go out asap and pick one up where are you guys buying them from? I want to tune this board!!!
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$3 at Home Depot in the paint section. It's stainless steel bristles but I believe them to be softer then the brass ones.
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$3 at Home Depot in the paint section. It's stainless steel bristles but I believe them to be softer then the brass ones.
Oh Man I didn't know you could use anything but Brass... I saw that that one I should have bought it.
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This is the one I picked up in a kit 3 Brush Kit, Nylon, HorseHair, Brass for Ski Snowboard

or I think Amazon had some just not prime shipping
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This is the one I picked up in a kit 3 Brush Kit, Nylon, HorseHair, Brass for Ski Snowboard

or I think Amazon had some just not prime shipping
I just looked at the kit and it says the nylon brush is the one used for cleaning off old wax is this true?!?! If this is the case I may be able to find one of those.
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Hmm... I use brass brush before waxing and before I use base cleaner. I use a scotch brite brillo pad and nylon brush after waxing for polish.

Nylon brushes are much softer so I don't know how that works for cleaning of old wax O_o


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^same as above
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So back to the brass brush it seems... Does anyone know if the brush Skycdo suggested would work? Would the steel be to rough?
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So back to the brass brush it seems... Does anyone know if the brush Skycdo suggested would work? Would the steel be to rough?
I use the same one he posted but mine has brass bristles. Bought at Home Depot.
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