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Thread: Best Brush for a Glass Tile Spa - Bristles falling out

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    Best Brush for a Glass Tile Spa - Bristles falling out

    I have a spa that has 3/4" glass tiles. I read in the forums to get a stainless steel brush, but it steel might scratch the glass. I have tried several brushes and after 6 months or less the bristles start falling out. What is the best pool brush to buy? If you can be specific, that would be great. Most of the forums mention brands, but not which is the best brush or where they got it. If you bought a brush that has lasted a long time is is not steel, thank you for the advise. Also, Is there a brush on amazon that someone can recommend?

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    Re: Best Brush for a Glass Tile Spa - Bristles falling out

    You should use a nylon brush on tile. To help extend the life and protect the bristles, rinse the brush after each use and store it out of the sun.
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    Re: Best Brush for a Glass Tile Spa - Bristles falling out

    Thanx for the info about rinsing, and make sense. the $7 one I bought probably would have fallen apart no matter what. Who Knew. I bought a Pool Master premium and will update the thread in 6 months.

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    Re: Best Brush for a Glass Tile Spa - Bristles falling out

    Quote Originally Posted by norwood451 View Post
    Thanx for the info about rinsing, and make sense. the $7 one I bought probably would have fallen apart no matter what. Who Knew. I bought a Pool Master premium and will update the thread in 6 months.
    Thanks, we love updates
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    Re: Best Brush for a Glass Tile Spa - Bristles falling out

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    Re: Best Brush for a Glass Tile Spa - Bristles falling out

    I cannot see how to edit pool spa info. I did update my city/state

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