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Old 03-06-2010, 12:58 AM
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Default Re: Using a Bush for the Oven floor.

A welding brush at bunnings.......

This is the type of brush I bought. It is only a narrow brush, but being brass...is quite soft but strong. Like I said eariler in the thread, I bought a broom stick and attached it with two steel hose clamps...works a treat! I have found it doesnt need to be a wide head brush to do the same job. Why spend $50 - $150 when you can make something up for $25 that does the same job.

Scott

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