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Club Cleaning Brush

post #1 of 25
Thread Starter 
Looking for one of those bag-attachable devices. Any recommendations or things to avoid?

Thanks
Paul
post #2 of 25

Re: Club Cleaning Brush

Nothing to avoid, but the same company that makes the frogger amphibian towel makes a really nice bag attachable brush for $15.

http://www.froggerbrushpro.com/index.php?refer=
post #3 of 25

Re: Club Cleaning Brush

Couple of my classmates in college invented this:

http://www.vicariousgolf.com/index.php

Not for me personally, but i should have invested early!
post #4 of 25

Re: Club Cleaning Brush

I recommend 'Oral-B' or 'Colgate'. New toothbrush for the bag....old one for cleanup after a round.
post #5 of 25

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Frogger all the way.
post #6 of 25

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I found one of these club cleaners called, Groove Tube, at the driving range and I have never turned back. It has changed the way I keep my clubs clean. I now do it after every shot or so, instead of at home after the round when the dirt has built up. Just using a towel has never worked for me. I feel this thing is desirable to the wire brushes because you can wet the clubs to get them perfectly clean. Great buy and I would highly recommend it.

http://www.golfcow.com/golf/catalog/...html?item=1722
post #7 of 25
Thread Starter 

Re: Club Cleaning Brush

Thanks - bought the Frogger. Really appreciate all the advice.
post #8 of 25

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the frogger works great
post #9 of 25

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Just ordered mine last night.
post #10 of 25

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Frogger. Best brush ever.
post #11 of 25

Re: Club Cleaning Brush

Originally Posted by PiKapp23 View Post
Nothing to avoid, but the same company that makes the frogger amphibian towel makes a really nice bag attachable brush for $15.

http://www.froggerbrushpro.com/index.php?refer=
I have this, and love it. It works great.
post #12 of 25

Sorry to pull up this old thread but it was the most relevant thread I could find.

 

What are people's opinion on wire brushes? I have one similar to the Frogger but feel that the wire brush is too harsh even for my irons. Can these brushes do damage to my grooves or am I just being paranoid?

post #13 of 25

I just bought the Frogger brush. It's great. It is attached with a string, so it can stay attached to the bag. It also has a replaceable brush which adds longevity to it.

 

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Originally Posted by FryemanTX View Post

Sorry to pull up this old thread but it was the most relevant thread I could find.

 

What are people's opinion on wire brushes? I have one similar to the Frogger but feel that the wire brush is too harsh even for my irons. Can these brushes do damage to my grooves or am I just being paranoid?

 

Your Frogger should of came with an extra brush which has no metal. I took mine off as I wouldn't think of using a metal brush on my Burner 2.0's.

post #14 of 25
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Originally Posted by FryemanTX View Post

Sorry to pull up this old thread but it was the most relevant thread I could find.

 

What are people's opinion on wire brushes? I have one similar to the Frogger but feel that the wire brush is too harsh even for my irons. Can these brushes do damage to my grooves or am I just being paranoid?


You're being paranoid.  The brass bristles are softer than the steel of a clubhead, even forged.  No way you are going to damage the grooves with a manual brush.  Maybe if you used a brush mounted on a bench grinder or drill, you might have a case, but even then you'd have to be awfully aggressive with it to do any significant damage.  I have forged AP-2 irons and I brush the grooves after almost every shot.

 

post #15 of 25
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Originally Posted by FryemanTX View Post

Sorry to pull up this old thread but it was the most relevant thread I could find.

 

What are people's opinion on wire brushes? I have one similar to the Frogger but feel that the wire brush is too harsh even for my irons. Can these brushes do damage to my grooves or am I just being paranoid?


You should be alright w/those brass brushes. I used them for quite a number of years. I find w/the Frogger brush though, the nylon bristles are good enough to get the job done so I no longer use brass bristles on my clubs.
post #16 of 25
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Originally Posted by PiKapp23 View Post

Nothing to avoid, but the same company that makes the frogger amphibian towel makes a really nice bag attachable brush for $15.

http://www.froggerbrushpro.com/index.php?refer=

Frogger all the way!

 

 

post #17 of 25
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Originally Posted by hrossroth View Post

I found one of these club cleaners called, Groove Tube, at the driving range and I have never turned back. It has changed the way I keep my clubs clean. I now do it after every shot or so, instead of at home after the round when the dirt has built up. Just using a towel has never worked for me. I feel this thing is desirable to the wire brushes because you can wet the clubs to get them perfectly clean. Great buy and I would highly recommend it.

http://www.golfcow.com/golf/catalog/...html?item=1722


I wanted to check this out but what the hell? Did they use like a 0.5 Megapixel camera to take that picture, I think my old phone in 2002 took better pictures.

post #18 of 25

There's more damage being done to the grooves when you hit the ball and dirt is smashed between ball and club. The brass bristles are fine on a club face, like Fourput said, it's much softer than the club head.  I've never liked using nylon on my clubs.  I think brass does a much better job.

 

Frogger is a great brush for using on the course.  I like the retractable cord.

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