Attach our 5-inch DA Upholstery Brush to your buffer for superior cleaning results nearly impossible to achieve by hand-scrubbing. Your polisher provides more passes and coverage over the surface, leaving your upholstery immaculate with less energy used in a shorter amount of time.
The soft, flexible 1.5-inch bristles are tightly bundled, providing more per-inch bristles than similar brands. Also, the bristles are just the right softness versus stiffness to make shampooing your upholstery and other fabrics fast, easy, and effective. And you'll have no worries about the brush flying off your buffer during use. We use industrial-quality glue to attach the hook and loop material to the brush. Additionally, the hook and loop material is heavy-duty quality for long-lasting durability.
We all need more time these days. And we know that scrubbing upholstery in cars by hand is problematic. The solution is to use your Dual Action or Rotary Polisher that may be just sitting on a shelf as you clean your vehicle's interior. The 1.5-inch bristle length solves the problem of getting into all the hard-to-reach areas and the cracks and crevices. You'll be amazed at how immaculate your interior will look while spending less time getting the job completed.
Using your Random Orbital Polisher to clean nasty upholstery makes good sense. The DA agitates the fabric fibers, releasing the trapped dirt particles inside them. Hard-to-remove stains and spots disappear. Your buffer and favorite upholstery cleaner combined with our DA Upholstery Brush is the ultimate cleaning machine you can find.
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NOTE: Buffer - Polisher, Backing Plate Not Included
Professional Detailer Tip - The strong hook and loop attachment strength between the brush and your backing plate prevents the upholstery brush from flying off the polisher while you are using it. But, it may be difficult to remove after you have completed your work. A straightforward solution is to use a thin blade of some type like a thin wrench or a butter knife (nothing sharp) and gently slide the tool between the backing plate and the brush. This process will help separate the two without pulling the Velcro backing material off the brush.