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I've bought a number of the soft fuzzy wheels brushes to clean between spokes and the inside of the wheel only to have them fall apart after a few uses.
Can anyone recommend one that will do the job, not scuff the wheel and stay in one piece for a while?
 

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^ +1 on wheel woollies, though I am still on the look out for a lug nut cleaner devise.
 

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+1 on Griot's. I have used their several brushes for years with excellent results. If you do this as part of perhaps weekly routine, it takes no time to keep the wheels looking outstanding.
 

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Wheel woolies for sure (tip: Griots sells a re-branded wheel woolie set for much cheaper here). I also keep a boars hair wheel brush to clean the face of the wheel.
 

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Wheel woolies for sure (tip: Griots sells a re-branded wheel woolie set for much cheaper here). I also keep a boars hair wheel brush to clean the face of the wheel.
That's what I use and they hold well.
 

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I have Wheel Woolies and the long-handled Mothers wheel brush. Pleased with both.
 
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