PB Wheel Woolies Demo Video

January 24th, 2012

As we alluded to in our last post, 2012 is going to be all about videos. It’s been clear for a long time that this is something you want. Nice images and good descriptive text is one thing, but to see products and techniques actually being demonstrated on screen, well, that’s quite another. We understand this, and have spent a small fortune over the last couple of months kitting ourselves out with the necessary gear to give you what you want. So, without further ado, here is the first of many new product demo videos…

Sadly, our budget hasn’t quite stretched to sub-titling software, so until such time as it does, here is the audio transcript in full; if there is anything else we can do to make our videos more accessible, please let us know…

“Hello, this is Rich at Polished Bliss, and in this video I’m going to tell you a little bit about our Wheel Woolies, which are one the bestselling items in our store.

These cleverly designed brushes combine ultra-soft polypropylene fibre heads with non-scratch, flexible plastic handles to give maximum levels of safety and access when cleaning wheels and other exterior surfaces. Unlike other brushes, our Wheel Woolies do not feature a metal core. This makes them a safe choice for use on delicate surfaces that are easily marked.

Our Wheel Woolies come supplied as a set in three handy sizes. The largest one, which is just under half a metre long, is ideal for cleaning inner rim surfaces on even the widest of wheels; 12″ deep rims can be cleaned right through to the back with ease. The polypropylene fibres are also chemically resistant, meaning that strong wheel cleaners can safely be used, if required.

At over a foot long but with a much narrower head, the medium sized Woolie is perfect for tighter spoke gaps, and for situations where brake caliper clearance is tight. The smallest Wheel Woolie really is very short and slender, but excels at cleaning badges and plastic grills, and enables even the most awkward shaped panel gaps and engine bay components to be easily cleaned.

After use, our Wheel Woolies should be rinsed out thoroughly in order to release any trapped dirt, and then left to dry naturally. Although somewhat pricey, they perform better than any other type of wheel brush we sell, and have a long life expectancy too; the ones used in this video are well over a year old and are still in excellent condition, despite regular professional use.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch using the details provided on the contact us page of our website.”

Finally, if the above video has whet your appetite, you can find out more here – PB Wheel Woolies | Metal-Free Wheel Cleaning Brushes

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8 Responses to “PB Wheel Woolies Demo Video”

  1. Excellent quality demo vid. These look perfect for cleaning well maintained wheels. Have they got the ‘bite to tackle heavily soiled rears that perhaps haven’t ever been cleaned though? I’d guess the EZ would probably be better for this and then as I say, use the woolies for regular maintenance work thereafter.

  2. @Car Cleaning Guru – Funnily enough it’s the other way round; the Wheel Woolies have more bite than bristle style brushes, and are extremely effective at removing heavy soiling when used in conjunction with stronger cleaners. That’s not to say they’re not ideal for regular maintenance work, because they are, but they certainly outperform bristle brushes when the going gets tough – they nip tar spots off very quickly and easily indeed (when used with a tar remover).

  3. Vince says:

    Many thanks for the very useful post, keep up the good work guys.

  4. Ryan says:

    Excellent video guys, I think more of them willl enhance the site. I’m even thinking of buying wheel woolies now I’ve seen them!

  5. Peter says:

    Convinced me to part with some more of my hard earned! Order coming to you shortly.

  6. Chris says:

    Had mine a year and a half and have been used weekly. Still as good as new.

  7. @Chris – That’s really useful feedback, thanks very much for making the effort to post it – much appreciated.

  8. Peter Hodge says:

    Nice video men, I think a good deal more of them will enhance the website. I’m in fact considering buying wheel woolies now I’ve observed them!

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