The problem with carrying these in most stores (walmart, target, autozone, pepboys, etc) is that they have the cheaper brushes/accessories that are about half the price and most (not all) of the consumers (who don't know any better) will buy the less expensive option.
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Why did Meguiar's get rid of them in the first place?
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Best I can tell, these are still being made for non-US markets. Either that, or non-US markets have a HUGE supply of these things...but they probably sell them in retail markets since the products are displayed on the non-US websites.
Is there enough demand to sell them in the US retail stores? Probably not, but I don't see why Megs can't procure a few boxes of these brushes for the detailing community...
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Colonel: overseas yes and at huge prices!
I just found some slide-lock brushes from a vendor online, I was really looking for those for a while!
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