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True Temper ABTT3612 Scratch-Free Snow Brush, 36-Inch True Temper ABTT3612 Scratch-Free Snow Brush, 36-Inch True Temper ABTT3612 Scratch-Free Snow Brush, 36-Inch True Temper ABTT3612 Scratch-Free Snow Brush, 36-Inch

True Temper ABTT3612 Scratch-Free Snow Brush, 36-Inch

True Temper ABTT3612 Scratch-Free Snow Brush, 36-Inch True Temper ABTT3612 Scratch-Free Snow Brush, 36-Inch True Temper ABTT3612 Scratch-Free Snow Brush, 36-Inch True Temper ABTT3612 Scratch-Free Snow Brush, 36-Inch
$ 18.49

Score By Feature

Based on 503 ratings
Easy to use
9.11
Light weight
8.78
Easy to assemble
9.08
Sturdiness
8.89

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Product Description

This brush has 36 inches of bristles
Car care brush made out of innovative EVA foam won't scratch
Small areas are removed of snow with this device
A handle made of aluminum that's ergonomic
The brush is equipped with an ice scraper at the other end

Questions & Answers

Is this tape capable of being used/stored in the shortest length possible?

A 36" retracts but not a 36"

What can this be used for? Is this brush suitable for soft top Jeeps with vinyl windows?

The likelihood of this happening is high. A foam brush is used for the brushing part. As a result, the vinyl cannot be cut with sharp edges or corners due to cold making the vinyl brittle. The soft top car I don't have can be used to brush snow from a tent or one of those portable garages with vinyl covers if it has a front grille.

Selected User Reviews For True Temper ABTT3612 Scratch-Free Snow Brush, 36-Inch

Oh my goodness, this is the coolest
5/5

How the heck has this been there all this time? Since I've been in this position for years, I had to sink to the bottom of the barrel to scrape my car. As I am so mad at my lack of knowledge of this awesome snow-shredding wizardry, I'm going to cry. It's a good idea to buy two of these if you care about your car (and don't want it all scratched and ruined). An employee who had to deal with it anyhow. You are the one I'm talking about, Maria! Err. . . anyhow, put away that zero snowcrapper and get this hero snow reliever instead. It annoys me so much when Maria does that.

Anahi Wheeler
Anahi Wheeler
| Aug 09, 2020
I like it, but I need to work on it
3/5

When I swept the snow off my new truck, I bought this to prevent damaging it. This is the Neo-Colonial Era The foam sweeper end does a good job of protecting. I have a problem with this product because the handle is straight and, if you do not pay attention, the scraper end will make contact with your vehicle and possibly cause damage. It is therefore protected on one end and wrecked on the other end. This design is not good. Here's the solution Ideally, the straight bar should have an offset bent so that the sweeper end protrudes down a few inches out of the straight bar, so the scraper ends won't contact the straight bar.

Caroline Bennet
Caroline Bennet
| Feb 25, 2021
I would not recommend this purchase Several weeks after purchasing a brand new, shiny white SUV, I purchased that snow brush specifically
3/5

Buying this brush due to its scratch-free claim was the reason for my purchase. A false statement like this could not be farther My brush helped me wash my car when I used it to clear snow from it following a snow storm. My handling of my new SUV was gentle and careful because I approach it in this respect no matter what I do. Having just melted all the snow today, while looking over the hood of my new car, I noticed what appeared to be large, long scratches. It is only possible to attribute these to the snowbrush. This is a very angry moment for me.

Reese Welch
Reese Welch
| Jan 02, 2021
A scratch on A free scraper is only of use when you have to scrape a lot
3/5

Well, that's not really my cup of tea. The only good thing is that it does not Nonetheless, I feel the bristle design is better for those tasks that need to be done in crevices or details like the After all, I just bought a new car, so I figured I would treat myself to a fancy It seems parking indoors is the best solution. I have a mess in my garage, but I can't get rid of it.

Lilliana Schroeder
Lilliana Schroeder
| Oct 26, 2020
It is a great brush to brush the snow
5/5

Purchasing this product was a case of hard earned cash on my part. I purchased this snow brush for my new Subaru SUV and am describing my own experience with it in this review. Our old snow brushes were tired and worn out, and with the new vehicle I wanted a bigger brush. When we didn't have cars, the smaller snow brushes were fine, but now they are worn out, and I want a Now that I've used this brush twice, I know how to use it. I like how easy it is to hold and how comfortable the handles are. It worked very well at scraping off the thin layer of ice / frost. I haven't tested how well it works on thicker layers of ice. Most brushes have a brush-like head, but this one is The program is very easy to use. As a result, less water and snow remain on the windows after the snow is plowed. This is the perfect length for a vehicle to fit across the windshield, but at the same time it is also too long to simply leave in the car It is definitely something I would buy.

Emerald Perry
Emerald Perry
| Dec 18, 2020
I don't think it is as good as it was According to me, this snow brush isn't as good as regular snow brushes, since it's narrow and difficult to grip
3/5

The mirror brush is a little easier to use around outside mirrors, but a regular brush works better around windshield vipers. Whether it is a small or a large automobile, it can't match the effectiveness of regular brushing for brushing snow off the roof. Probably I will use it just for ice for now, but I am unsure if it would be better. It was disappointing.

Sky Stephenson
Sky Stephenson
| Jan 10, 2021
I don't see the point in using it
3/5

As long as you have only a thin layer of light, fluffy snow to brush off your car, this method works well. As a result, I am routinely driving with inches or even feet of snow on my car, since I live in the Midwest. There isn't enough power behind those "brush" fins to take that stuff You will need a brush for half an inch of fluffy snow, and a half-inch of wet snow will do the trick. You can forget about The concept of this one is great, but in the real world, the typical firm bristle brush comes out on top. It's awful to use the ice scraper, but most of them are these days unless you can find a model from the past.

Alvaro Anthony
Alvaro Anthony
| Jun 21, 2021
Whenever I use this snow scraper to get rid of snow, I use the brush part of it since it makes broad sweeps to get rid of the snow, but a real brush works better for getting rid of snow in the corners, near the windows, etc
3/5

In the end, it's the scraper that causes most of the problems. The edge of the blade is not smooth, and it scratches through the ice. I will probably grind the edge down to a smooth edge to see if it can be improved. The product I am referring to is not a good purchase.

Colette Thomas
Colette Thomas
| Nov 22, 2020

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