Peter Hertel shared on YouMagine:
This is a work in progress and have not been tested thoroughly in the field yet. Here are my first impressions using it as a alternative to a regular WFP. One thing I did not think about when working like this; you are so much closer to the window, and thus you get wet from the water splashing back at you, especially when scrubbing. The bristles on this car brush seems a bit too soft, as they don’t scrub away very much grime. Though this was a first clean so they were rather dirty. The long handle on this particular brush makes it difficult to get a lot of pressure on the head for some reason, I might build a brush with a shorter handle next time. The top nozzle could benefit from sitting higher on the brush as you have to angle the brush a bit awkwardly.
I’d rather have a wider brush head for this kind of job.
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