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devonwoody

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Dont throw away the old toothbrush, mine just passes through the 1/2" collet and also dipped in meths it cleans up the thread and gets rid of carbon on the router bits a real treat.

Take back brush into the bathroom after use and give your teeth a good cleanup whilst you are at it :)
 

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I bought a set of spout cleaning brushes on the market, they are OK for collet cleaning, cost about 50p for 3. :D
 

devonwoody

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DaveL":30mxrtax said:
I bought a set of spout cleaning brushes on the market, they are OK for collet cleaning, cost about 50p for 3. :D
I can beat that Davel, My toothbrushes came as a set of 12 for the £1
 
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