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      08-11-2011, 04:52 PM   #1
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So I'm in need of a brush to scrub my interior leather with and it's not very practical to order a single brush from the US operated websites I normally use.

Was wondering if anybody knows a local place in the GTA where I could find a good brush that I could use to clean my leather.
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If you have a Walmart near you, you can buy a leather brush for shoes. It should be the same thing.
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If you have a Walmart near you, you can buy a leather brush for shoes. It should be the same thing.
This is what I was considering doing... I'll try it out on a headrest first I guess just to double check that it's not too stiff of a brush.
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What's this used for?? Meaning what effect will it have?
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What's this used for?? Meaning what effect will it have?
For when you are using a leather cleaner on your seats, doors, etc. Something to agitate the cleaner and get into the texture of the leather.

I just use a really soft sponge, and it works well enough.
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For when you are using a leather cleaner on your seats, doors, etc. Something to agitate the cleaner and get into the texture of the leather.

I just use a really soft sponge, and it works well enough.
I use a microfibre sponge too (it has some texture to it). It works well to lightly agitate.
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Microfiber doesn't work too well to agitate... I normally use a terry cloth applicator... but I wanna get a nice deep clean this time around so was looking to use a brush.
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Now that you say it, it is terry cloth. But I may try a shoe brush to compare, it can't be much different then a dedicated car leather brush - and cheaper.

It sure does a good job on the penny loafers.
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