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Corey
06-03-2015, 03:29 AM
Well... In about 9 hours it will be! :cool:

Introducing the Microfiber Madness Incredibrush (http://www.carpro-us.com/microfiber-madness/microfiber-madness-incredibrush/)!

Imagine a wheel brush that is as soft as the wash mitt you use on your paint... Imagine the stem is made of high-grade stainless steel and not the typical cheap materials brushes have been made of in the past... Imagine it has a handle that is as functional and ergonomic as a quality power tool.... Imagine being able to easily remove the "Incredi-cover" and machine wash it or replace it... Imagine a core made of special foam designed to absorb enough water to safely clean each wheel.... Now open your eyes because it is here!!

Since the sneak peak at SEMA 2014 we have been counting the days until its completion! After 2 years of development Microfiber Madness proudly introduces the Microfiber Madness Incredibrush!!

The Microfiber Madness Incredibrush is the answer to every enthusiasts dreams! It features a rustproof stainless steel stem dressed with a nylon coating to protect from any possibility of scratching your finish. Additionally a foam core was developed with high water absorption so you have plenty of water dispersion while cleaning your wheels. The industrial strength molded plastic handle is designed to provide a firm grasp and never slip even when wet!

And finally the icing on the cake... the Incredicover! The Incredicover is easily removable with a hidden Velcro seam, which pops open if you would like to remove and machine wash, or replace! The Incredicover is extremely durable and will last but should it ever need replaced or should you prefer to have one cover per vehicle this is an excellent feature!

The Microfiber Madness Incredibrush takes its name from the unique design of the "Incredi" fabric by Microfiber Madness. The Incredi fabric merges the best of both microfiber and merino wool theories. Utilizing the well know cleansing abilities of microfiber, Madness created a special fiber blend enabling a thick "pile" to be created similar to those typically found in premium quality wool wash mitts. One characteristic however is unlike both wool and traditional microfiber... Unique to Incredifabric is the trait of being easily rinsed free of dirt! The custom blended fibers are designed to remove dirt particles from your paintwork and then rinse clean very easily, minimizing the chances of swirls.

Find out more and pick up your IncrediBrush here! (http://www.carpro-us.com/microfiber-madness/microfiber-madness-incredibrush/)


http://i1082.photobucket.com/albums/j376/CEEDOG7/MM-18.jpg (http://s1082.photobucket.com/user/CEEDOG7/media/MM-18.jpg.html)

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http://i1082.photobucket.com/albums/j376/CEEDOG7/IncrediBrush_2.jpg (http://s1082.photobucket.com/user/CEEDOG7/media/IncrediBrush_2.jpg.html)

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http://i1082.photobucket.com/albums/j376/CEEDOG7/Incredibrush_inuse.jpg (http://s1082.photobucket.com/user/CEEDOG7/media/Incredibrush_inuse.jpg.html)

Corey
06-03-2015, 03:42 AM
This just in :):) Here is a POSSIBLE additional cover Microfiber Madness "COULD" make as an option for drying wheels! For guys with blowers maybe no use BUT for anyone without a blower or for our waterless wash friends in california it seems like something they are desperate for! If you are sure you would purchase this dry me crazy cover please head over the Microfiber Madness Facebook page and vote yes on amendment DMC :) Link here----> https://www.facebook.com/microfibermadness/posts/865782423475501:0

http://i1082.photobucket.com/albums/j376/CEEDOG7/IncrediBrush_DMC.jpg (http://s1082.photobucket.com/user/CEEDOG7/media/IncrediBrush_DMC.jpg.html)

CarPro Mexico
06-03-2015, 03:50 AM
Awesome!

Is my order already sent or can i still have a couple?

SameGuy
06-03-2015, 03:57 AM
Oh, that IS cool! I do blow dry, but I still think it would be handy on most cars. I don't, however, do Facebook, so if anyone would care to cast a second vote on my behalf...

Either way, I'm stoked to try my IncrediBrush next week!

SameGuy
06-03-2015, 04:00 AM
The car in the bottom pic... Audi RS4?

Corey
06-03-2015, 04:11 AM
Awesome!

Is my order already sent or can i still have a couple?

I think I can catch the truck!! I kid, I kid... Yes, it ships tomorrow if you want to add to it.

Corey
06-03-2015, 04:12 AM
The car in the bottom pic... Audi RS4?


Uhhh, hopefully Thomas sees this and can comment (They are working crazy hard though so I doubt will see this thread) - I borrowed the pics from him so Im not sure.

richy
06-03-2015, 04:03 PM
That'll be on my next order!

Corey
06-03-2015, 05:46 PM
Bamn!!!!

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Hoosiers
06-03-2015, 10:25 PM
Oooh. I want one!!! Can't believe I didn't notice this as a 'coming soon' item...and I JUST placed and order couple days ago that's already half-way here.

This is ONE time I wish you were slower getting things packed and shipped. :) Dang it.

MicrofiberMadness
06-04-2015, 09:28 AM
The car in the bottom pic... Audi RS4?
"Unfortunately" not - thats my personal car a Vauxhall Corsa OPC Nurburgring Edition


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SameGuy
06-04-2015, 07:07 PM
Thanks, Thomas! I've not seen one before, thanks for sharing!

silverfox
06-04-2015, 09:48 PM
Now imagine it being affordable..

Corey
06-05-2015, 03:45 AM
Now imagine it being affordable..

Lol, funny but since you mention it...

There are a lot of cheap brushes on the market so definitely no need for another. Microfiber Madness has never tried to make the cheapest product, only the best. You get what you pay for. I hear a lot of guys freak out when asked to pay more than 20$ for a detail but we know better don't we.

There is clearly room for a quality brush made from scratch with multiple innovative features nobody else has created. I could go down the list of every part it's made of and compare that with what other brushes are made of but I know you already know that. Clearly the cost to make this is far higher then a rod of plastic with some nylon or a wire that rusts with plastic bristles you would never run on paint.

50$ for a quality made tool is a better deal than 30$ for a Chinese made wire brush if you ask me.

In the end some prefer quality as the top priority and some prefer saving money in the short term. Lots of cheap brushes out there already ;). After the second and third cheap brush breaks or sprays wheel grime on your clothes and stains them or your hand slips on it since it doesn't have a handle and you bust a knuckle it starts to make a bit different sense and the quality tool actually costed less in the end.

SameGuy
06-05-2015, 05:42 AM
I was shocked at the price of one very-highly-regarded wheel brush, but everybody kept saying it was their go-to so I bit. I was more shocked to find that while it is well-designed, it essentially isn't much different from wheel brushes sold in discount and dollar stores for one-fifth the price. It isn't much less expensive than the IncrediBrush. Yet the bespoke features of the IncrediBrush truly set it apart. What price quality and thoughtful design?

SameGuy
06-05-2015, 05:43 AM
Hah! I think Corey and I are talking about the same $30+ Asian-made brush! ;)

fdresq4
06-05-2015, 11:28 AM
Lol, funny but since you mention it...

There are a lot of cheap brushes on the market so definitely no need for another. Microfiber Madness has never tried to make the cheapest product, only the best. You get what you pay for. I hear a lot of guys freak out when asked to pay more than 20$ for a detail but we know better don't we.

There is clearly room for a quality brush made from scratch with multiple innovative features nobody else has created. I could go down the list of every part it's made of and compare that with what other brushes are made of but I know you already know that. Clearly the cost to make this is far higher then a rod of plastic with some nylon or a wire that rusts with plastic bristles you would never run on paint.

50$ for a quality made tool is a better deal than 30$ for a Chinese made wire brush if you ask me.

In the end some prefer quality as the top priority and some prefer saving money in the short term. Lots of cheap brushes out there already ;). After the second and third cheap brush breaks or sprays wheel grime on your clothes and stains them or your hand slips on it since it doesn't have a handle and you bust a knuckle it starts to make a bit different sense and the quality tool actually costed less in the end.

As I found out when I bought a cheap back pack sprayer recently. I ended up bringing it back to the large discount tool store.

Great thing is if you don't have to purchase it if you feels it is too expensive.

AndyL
07-17-2015, 09:27 PM
Hey Corey,

I see a Canadian reseller has started to carry this new product. Being a fan of Microfiber Madness products including the recent Dropnetic (which I bought quite a few), I am interested in the IncrediBrush.

As this new wheel brush is so new, there is not much comparison info or video for the product.

I like the idea of removable cover as I can wash it along with other MF products. How do you compare IncrediBrush with the large Wheel Woolie Brush? I have a full set of Wheel Woolie including the angled ones for the spokes. Overall I like their brushes but I find they are not as ergonomic as I wish them to be. It is quite hand-tiring to use them. Not to mention I have to carry so many pieces of tools just for cleaning the wheels.

SameGuy
07-19-2015, 07:27 AM
It works very well indeed. I find with my particular wheels I use it two-handed on some facets (spoke faces, outer barrels), guiding the side of the "brush" along the surfaces, while on others (spoke sides, inner barrels through the spoke gaps) I use it like a traditional wheel brush. It works so gently and lifts dirt so much more effectively than a brush! And it makes the barrels clean up so much easier, too. Note that I'm reserving it for use on well-cared-for wheels (properly cleaned and coated, either CQUK or H2), and leaving really gross wheels to my Speedmasters, Carrands and Woolies.