Barbell Rescue Nylon Brush

Sale price$49.99
Color: Blue

Say hello to Barbell Rescue and goodbye to those small, flat, time-wasting brushes! This barbell brush provides more bristle coverage than any other brush currently on the market. It was designed to help you save time by easily and efficiently cleaning and maintaining your barbells. If you are a gym owner, keep your clients safe and protected by quickly cleaning your barbells between classes! 

Whether you are a busy gym owner, garage gym junkie, globo gym goer, or traveling fitness fanatic, let Barbell Rescue help protect you and your barbells. 


  1. Remove your dried chalk, blood, sweat and tears with your amazing Barbell Rescue Brush!
  2. Apply cleaning product of choice (we're personally fans of 3n1 Oil ®)
  3. Scrub that cleaning solution deep into those knurlings with your marvelous Barbell Rescue brush!
  4. Wipe down your bar with a towel to help remove any excess cleaning solution.
  5. Stand back in awe on how easy it was to clean your bar!
  6. Get back to doing what you love to do!


Nylon bristles may be used on any barbells and on some equipment. This includes cerakote, zinc, and stainless. If in doubt, reference your barbell or equipment manufacturer’s cleaning and maintenance recommendations. In addition, the intended use of this product is for the above mentioned items, not personal use. Barbell Rescue will not be held liable for any damage caused to persons, barbells and/or equipment.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Best Brush Around

This is so much better than the "toothbrush" style barbell brushes.
Great investment!

T.J. White
Fastest way to maintain barbells

I've only had this in-hand about a week, but so far so good. There was definitely a learning curve regarding the amount of pressure needed when using it. With either aggressively knurled or thicker diameter bars, the rescue brush wouldn't move very well if too much pressure is applied. You get the hang of it though, and if you hold it the right way it makes a big difference. I still have the 180 degrees-ish wrap around barbell brushes, and those were a big improvement over a standard hand-held brush, and the barbell rescue is another step or two above that. It's nice that a tool like this makes it super easy to maintain your bars, helping eliminate all excuses so you can keep your bars looking pristine.