A Complete Disaster Review
This is part two of my review on Fox Clean Brushes. In the first part I talked about how they can be used for a wide range of applications including cleaning cars, cleaning staircases and kid’s rooms, but we are going to discuss the application of these brushes to the most demanding jobs, such as deep cleaning on the inside of vehicles. This particular detail took a total of three hours from start to finish because we had to remove the dust and polish the seats of the car that we were working on. If you are someone who loves doing detailed work like this then you will love having these brushes around.
In the past I had sourced my own detailing brushes and they were mainly black bristled ones. After sourcing them I did feel that they were a bit small for what I was required to do on a car, so I did use a few brushes of different sizes to get the job done. The problem with using small detailing brushes is that it makes it really hard to spread the lube over the whole surface of the vehicle and this in turn leads to the engine freezing up during a drive. This problem was only caused by the fact that the detailing brushes I was using were too small, not because they caused any problems.
The first task that Fox Engine Oil All-in-One Spray on Detail Kit required was to remove all the dust that was stuck to the interior of the engine. I couldn’t just spray on the cleaner and let it sit there, I had to carefully vacuum all the debris away. Once this was done I placed the kit next to the car care cap and started spraying the engine with the cleaner. It seemed to do a good job until I went to remove the car care cap and noticed that the engine oil was starting to drip onto the new details. Apparently the oil has been leaking onto the kit from the old auto grease that was sitting on the engine cover. It was a good thing that I noticed this as otherwise I might have had a bad looking engine on my hands when completing this last task.
I didn’t know it was actually illegal to clean like never before in the past before sourcing my own detailing brushes. My bad assumption was that these brushes were always meant to be used outdoors, but according to the law they can only be used on indoor surfaces. Apparently there are some companies that still sell brushes like this in Australia and other countries that are illegal to sell. I don’t know why the government doesn’t ban these kinds of products, but if they do they will probably force manufacturers to stop selling them. If you want the best cleaning results possible, then you should be able to safely clean like never before.
A quick search on the internet revealed a number of different companies that make camera-enabled products such as brushes and so on. Some of the companies I found had offers of free shipping or just a discounted price for buying large orders. This of course made me a lot more inclined to purchase the Simplisafe Camera- Enabled Products, but I still wasn’t sure if these brushes on their own would work as well as a brush with the same substance.
After doing some research on the internet, I discovered the Simplisafe Proclip. It is a combination of brush plus an adhesive backing that attach to any paint surface. As soon as I applied the product on the surface of my car, it quickly became apparent that the Simplisafe Proclip was exactly what I needed to help me get that complete disaster cleaned on the inside and is caked in dirt and grease. If you want your car to look as good as new and avoid that deep clean up, then you need to think about purchasing the Simplisafe Proclip instead of wasting your money on expensive cleaning agents.