Beal Rope Cleaning Brush


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Rope Cleaning Brush or Cleaning Climbing Ropes

The Beal Rope Brush is a great way of cleaning climbing rope. This rope cleaning brush works really well when used in conjunction with the Beal Rope Cleaner Fluid.

Beal has designed this simple rope cleaning brush to feature a coiled design that has a small tunnel of bristles. You can simply twist it on to your climbing rope, then pull the rope through while holding it firmly under water. This will not damage the ropes in  anyway. Keeping your ropes clean, whether they are static caving ropes or dynamic caving ropes will increase their lifespan and performance.

  • General Features
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  • Best used with Beal Rope Cleaner Fluid
  • Easy to use
  • Twist / push the brush onto the rope
  • Rope easily pulls through
  • Clean Ropes last longer
  • Clean Ropes perform better
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