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    Type of Gutter brush you use?

    We use this Bi-level brush that Michael sells http://www.powerwash.com/272-10-bi-l...ash-brush.html To clean Gutters with. These brushes work great.

    What type of brush are you using and how do you like it?

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    I buy the same kind but they are green and softer bristles. I get them for free from the local company that I get my barrels from.
    http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/Car...&cm_vc=IDPRRZ1
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.T. Gutowski View Post
    I buy the same kind but they are green and softer bristles. I get them for free from the local company that I get my barrels from.
    http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/Car...&cm_vc=IDPRRZ1
    Might be the same ones I use also. I bought a few of them from a different vendor. www.powerwash.com is one of the 4-5 distributors I use on a regular bases.

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    Steven Mendez
    Fryeburg Maine
    207-347-1334
    exterior house washing
    Deck cleaning and restorations

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    Quote Originally Posted by steven View Post
    Hey Steve- I have that Stack brush that's advertised as a gutter brush also but I think the bi-level brush holds more gutter chemical and also works better on the gutters.

    In a pinch the bi-level brush works good to scrub out a stain whereas that Stack brush can't be used on a flat surface.

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    Type of Gutter brush you use?

    I use the green soft bristle from pt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Tornabene View Post
    Hey Steve- I have that Stack brush that's advertised as a gutter brush also but I think the bi-level brush holds more gutter chemical and also works better on the gutters.

    In a pinch the bi-level brush works good to scrub out a stain whereas that Stack brush can't be used on a flat surface.
    good point, I thought the stack/ gutter brush would be good , but that's ALL its good for. and that's not good for anything. lol
    Steven Mendez
    Fryeburg Maine
    207-347-1334
    exterior house washing
    Deck cleaning and restorations

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