Very useful for getting the grime and grit off your chain. You need a good chain cleaner too, which you should let soak in for a few minutes first. I put the bike up on Abba stands but you could use a rear wheel lift or centre stand if your bike has one of those. Most sports bikes of course do not have a centre stand as they need to be as light as possible. Once the rear wheel is off the ground you can then rotate rear wheel and apply brush to chain - easy maintenance. After using brush rinse the chain, let it dry and then lubricate the chain with your favoured chain lube.
I think that Chain brush is divided into cheap U-shaped type, but this one is easier to use. It is possible to move freely than C-shaped, it is easier to handle and easy to handle, so you can clean Chain efficiently. Also possessing Gold as a tool, looks beautiful and lasts long.
The tip can be replaced at about 600 yen, it is an item that has 1 pc and has no loss.
I bought the Brush division because Brush used for about 2 years came.
You can remove it by removing it from Brush's Fixing Screw and sliding it.
I think that it is not necessary to buy up to the handle part and it is economical, but only at the tip, there are places where I think whether it is good if it is cheaper.
But since Brush has also become a brand new with this, it seems that Chain polishing also makes it fun.
I bought it for trial because I heard that it is soft eyes Brush. I certainly think it's soft. However, rubbing the O-ring part of the Seal chain with a hard brush is not good for mental health, so I think whether this hardness is good. Too too stubborn dirt is only to use the tooth Brush together, and dirt will not get bad if it keeps on a regular basis.
I think Brush attached to the bottom of the handle is unnecessary?. It's soft and Brush is long, so I can not find how to use it (Lol)