The Blaster Brush cleaning brush is easiest, fastest car wash device. Attach to a normal garden hose and off you go – a brilliant, complete car wash and rinse, done in 10 minutes, without bending, reaching or getting wet and using up to 75% less water! The Blaster Brush has a patented, non-powered, high-pressure washer attachment built in that allows the water to blast to an incredible power wash of up to 2 storeys high, without a power outlet. Saves time, electricity and water.
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