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Swix Bronze All-Round Brush

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    If you can only have one brush to clean your skis' base structure, this is the one.

    The Swix Bronze Coarse Brush is an all-purpose brush for soft to hard waxes. Use it as your main brush for recreational ski tuning, or as second brush on fine structures for high-level racing. Swix brushes are designed for brushing wax out of the structures (base patterns) in ski bases and snowboards after you have used the acrylic scraper [SWI0022] to remove the bulk of applied wax. The brush should be used in one direction only: from tip to tail.
    • Item #SWI0021

    Tech Specs

    bronze, nylon
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Great maintenance brush

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    To go off of EricSkiDude's review, this brush is great for cleaning/prepping your bases/edges before waxing. This brush will obliterate any grime, dirt, rocks, grass, what-have-you. I like the smaller size of this brush as it allows me to be more precise with my strokes. I wouldn't recommend this as a finishing brush, it'd just a bit too stiff for that.

    I'd definitely recommend this brush for a prep brush. Check out the OneBallJay Brass Brush (OBJ0057) if you want a similarly priced, but larger, brush.


    All-Purpose Brush

      A great addition to my tuning kit. It's small size afford portability and is great for all-purpose use. There are brushes for more specific use and ones that are bigger, but this is a great general one that's also easy to travel with.

      Not the ONE brush

        This is a good brush for pre-wax treatment. I would not use this after applying my new coat of wax - I go for a hard nylon and finally with a soft nylon or horse hair to finish. If I were to get one brush it would be the hard nylon. Using a bronze coarse before and after each waxing is a bit of overkill. This is a decent brush but consider the higher quality of the T0197B, the rectangular steel brush - much better for a pre-wax treatment.

        A great addition

          I have been using a nylon brush only for the past couple seasons, and it got the job done, but their was definitely something missing.

          This is a handy little brush, and it does a good job. I would recommend it to anybody looking for a more complete waxing set-up

          All the difference...

            Get a bronze brush. It makes all the difference. I brush my skis before I wax ( after I clean them), and you wouldn't believe how much extra glop comes out compared to using a nylon brush. I don't race, but am always breezin' by my buds on traverses and flats. The beauty of a good tune is realized when you are pillaging the 15" of new while your friends are 50 feet behind poling on traverses.

            A great tool to have

              For many years I just scraped my board with a flat edge before waxing then my friend told me to use this. It is amazing how much wax is still left on your board after a thorough scraping. It really is an attention to detail not worth missing. Great purchase.