Team Miata drain brush

[3/7/2006] Reviewed by: Christopher Mortlock -

Applicable to: '90 - '97 '99 + 1.6 liter 1.8 liter

34" flexable wire with a nylon brush on the end that won't stratch the paint and promote rust. $9.00

A very useful item. No miata owner should be without one. I just replaced my top with a new Robbin's Sunfast cloth glass/zipperless. A week later I gave my Miata a much needed bath. I noticed that only one of the drain holes (driver's side) was actually draining. For the next day-in-a-half, I had the swishing sound of water moving around. I then put an order in for the Team Miata drain brush. It arived two days later. After locating the the two main drain holes, a whole bunch of water came draining out of the shotgun side....including a couple of snapped off rivet heads, dirt, pine needles, and a penny!!?! Yes, that's right....a penny. Don't know how it got there, but it's out now. Along with the brush came instructions on the locations of other drain holes as well.

A great product to keep around. Sometimes the simplest things are the best.

Not an installed item

Team Miata convertible top drain cleaning brush

[10/2/99] Reviewed by Michael Kuhn -

Applicable to '90 - '97 '99 +

Wire brush used to clean out blocked drain tubes for convertible top.

I bought this to find out if my drain holes were blocked and was surprised to find they were. This is a '93 C-package which was fanatically maintained by the two previous owners. When I cleaned out the drains, not only did a lot of caked-up mud fall out, but also a penny!

I live in a basically dry climate (North Texas), so all of you in wet regions should check your drain holes. The brush is only $9 and also includes instructions to clean all the other drain holes on your Miata. I'm very pleased with this product.

Not an installed item

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