DA Multi Tool/Bronze Wool Pad Holder Kit
The DA Multi Tool/Bronze Wool Pad Holder has been designed to fit in a standard angle adapter in most water fed poles/reach and wash systems. It is ideal for removing stubborn bird muck, pollen and insect marks from glass and is also great for conservatory roof, cladding and UPVC cleaning. The benefits of using the finest 0000 grade bronze wool is it will not scratch the glass, it cuts down the time spent on those stubborn marks and unlike steel wool the bronze wool won’t rust. The bronze wool pad is re useable and designed to produce and maintain a professional looking finish.
The kit comprises of:-
- DA Multi Tool with European (not ACME thread) and Stainless Steel 50mm bolt to fit in standard angle adapter
- Socket with European thread
- Stainless steel screws, washers and wing nuts to secure the bronze wool pad in place
- x1 15x22cm bronze wool pad pre punched and already fitted to the pad holder.
Total weight when dry approx 122 grams
Total weight when wet approx 156 grams
The bronze wool pad holder is already assembled and ready to use.
The DA Multi tool is packed separately. We recommend you fit this inside the adapter on the water fed pole first. Please use the 50mm bolt supplied.
The Bronze wool pad holder can then be threaded onto the DA Multi tool and is ready to use.
IMPORTANT: Do not over tighten. To release – push down and turn anticlockwise.
The bronze wool pad is ideal for use on glass, UPVC, cladding, fascias and conservatory roofs.
It is not recommended for use on painted surfaces, steel frames, leaded windows, self cleaning glass or glass with a special coating or film.
Not compatible with Reach-It and Ova8 poles.
We recommend after every use the bronze wool pad is cleaned with soapy water so it is ready for the next job.
If you wish to replace the bronze wool pad simply undo the wing nuts to attach the new pad. Replacement 15x22cm pads with the holes pre punched are available from DA Components if required.
To see the DA Multi Tool/Bronze Wool Pad holder in use please click on the link below to go to our YouTube channel:- //www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6du1v9L9RA