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Daytona Brushes – 60 Second Tip

January 29th, 2014

In addition to in-depth product demo videos and cinematic detailing showcase features, we’ve decided to add another form of visual media to our line up for 2014 and beyond; the 60 Second Tip. The concept is simple; take some of the commonest questions we get asked over and over again and make short video responses to them. This will serve to provide useful visual content for many products that would otherwise never be filmed (given that an in-depth demo video usually takes the best part of a week to produce) and should enable us to release new videos much more frequently in future (the first 60 Second Tip shown below took just a single day to shoot and edit). Of course, we will ensure that a varied mixture of videos are released over the coming months. We’ve already filmed a new cinematic detailing showcase feature (which will be released in the spring) and have scripts prepared for several new product demos. Anyway, without further ado, here’s our first 60 Second Tip…

For the benefit of anyone with hearing difficulties, here is the audio transcript in full; if there is anything else we can do to make our videos more accessible, please don’t hesitate to let us know…

“Hello, this is Rich at Polished Bliss and in this 60 Second Tip I’m going to show you how to fix flattened bristles on Daytona Speed Master Wheel Brushes. This problem often affects new brushes because they are shipped from the factory in bulk and tend to get squashed en route. However, older brushes may develop the same problem too, particularly if they are frequently used to clean tight spoke gaps or are stored laying down. Notwithstanding the cause, this problem is easy to fix. Simply fill a bucket with hot water and stand your brush in it for a couple of minutes. This will trigger the memory design of the bristles, causing them to magically return to their correct position. This process can be repeated as often as necessary to restore the shape of your brush, although hanging it up between uses will pretty much guarantee it remains in perfect condition. I hope this helps, but if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to get in touch via the contact us page of our website.”

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