Rigel Recommends a Cleaning Technique Using Its Angle BrushesTM
Los Angeles, CA -- Rigel Products has recommended for years to use its Angle BrushTM behind a swab to press the swab into channels or tight spots. When pressed against a gun’s surface, an Angle BrushTM puts more pressure than when pressing fabric with finger tips directly. The increased pressure means fabric pressed by an Angle BrushTM picks up more grime. When a dental-style pick is pressed into fabric, the single sharp tip pokes through the fabric, and only a tiny portion of fabric is pressed into the space to be cleaned. On the other hand, the many bristle tips at the head of an Angle BrushTM press evenly over a portion of fabric that is large enough to do noticeable cleaning. For a comparison example, the bristles of a small stem Angle BrushTM, having a stem diameter at 1/16-inch, do not poke through fabric easily as would a dental-style pick, and it means more fabric is pressed onto the surface to be cleaned. The number of bristle tips in a small 1/16-head brush is about 30.
The medium and large stem Angle BrushesTM, at 1/8-inch and ¼-inch diameters, are used to press larger portions of fabric onto a dirty surface. When the combo of Angle BrushTM covered with fabric is pressed into a cavity or pushed along a surface, it cleans large areas of surface quickly. It means the Angle BrushTM falls under Rigel’s Cleaner FasterTM line. A large ¼-head is about 200 bristle tips.
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