DetailsA carboy brush is a must have for anyone using a carboy. This long handled brush is bent at a ninety-degree angle to clean those tough to get at spots in any size carboy.
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4.6 / 5.067 ReviewsGreat InvestmentIf you use carboys on a regular basis, you know that having a carboy brush is a must have item. It gets in those hard to reach places that you can't get any other way. It also works great for plastic fermenters when you're cleaning them up. Overall, I highly recommend getting one.February 18, 2013Scrub scrubWorks great at scrubbing the yeast ring out of the carboy. Speeds up cleaning since I dont have to wait as lone for cleaning chemicals to break it down. If you have glass carboys you need one of these.February 24, 2013Must HaveThis is a must have for any home brewer. Came with my original home brewers kit and have been using it for almost 2 years now. I ordered a Second one just because the cost was so affordable and it's nice to have a back up.February 25, 2013A must have toolBeing a strong supporter of glass carboy fermenting, this is an absolutely "must have" implement cleaning tool for carboys._x000D_It makes short work of the task and you can get on with that next batch that you've been wanting to brew._x000D_A tip on the lack of bristles on the end: Take a small piece of cloth and small tywrap to secure to the end. Toss it when you're done. I haven't found any brush yet that has overcome the manufacturing challenge of getting enough bristles on the end of a wire twist handle._x000D_Cheers!March 1, 2013Good price to pay for clean beer...Great item to clean a carboy. I'm pretty certain it would be impossible to adequately clean a carboy any other way. I would definitely pair this with a bottle/carboy cleaner that attaches to your sink. The brush does very well at medium/large particles whereas the sprayer will do well with the finer particles. You could clean a carboy just fine with this brush and rinse but I'm a tad bit anal with the cleaning so I do the brush, sprayer, rinse method.March 9, 2013Cleans like a charmThis is a great tool for reaching into the edges along the bottom of my better bottle. I see a few people have complained about wearing away of some of the brush fibers, but I just make sure to clean out my carboy quickly after removing the beer, and haven't had a problem. it also keeps me from brushing too hard on the plastic, which I'm always a little concerned about.March 10, 2013High qualitySolid metal with stiff bristles - what you need for stubborn carboy messesMarch 20, 2013Use with PBWI've been using the same brush I got in my original kit. First I rinse with water, then use PBW. It takes out a lot of the gook, and the brush removes whats left. I don't use the brush alone, on hardened gook.March 22, 2013Good, but not great solutionFor the price, this is a good solution to cleaning a carboy, but it has its drawbacks. It is great at cleaning the shoulder of the carboy, but it is worthless at cleaning the sides. I only tolerate it because it is cheaper than other carboy cleaning items and I use PBW to clean my carboys so it 'melts' away most of the gunk leaving very little that I have to scrub off.March 30, 2013The best way to clean carboysScrubs that stubborn scum right off of glass carboys. Keep this one away from your better bottles, it'll scratch them if you're not careful (and even if you are sometimes).April 1, 2013
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