Blue Wave is the most popular pool toy around, and you’ve probably heard of them by now.
While the name might ring a bell, it’s actually more of a catchall term that’s meant to encompass a number of different models and shapes.
Here’s what the different brands have in store for you.
Blue Wave Step: This pool brush has a blue finish, and it’s designed to gently scratch the back of your hand and back of the neck, depending on which side you’re on.
There are three sizes of this brush: a medium, large, and extra-large.
The larger brush will stretch a bit more, so it’s ideal for people who are used to more permanent treatments, but the medium is a bit on the smaller side.
The Blue Wave Steps are made by Green Wave, and are a little more expensive than the other blue waves in this category, but they offer a slightly more durable finish.
The large brush will also stretch a little bit more than the others, so this is for people with larger hands.
They also offer a smaller colorway, which is a darker color than the larger brushes.
BlueWave Pool Steps: This is a larger brush, but it’s a little heavier than the smaller brushes.
The medium size will stretch slightly more than other Blue Wave brushes, but you won’t get a lot of scratch protection, so you might need to use it a little longer.
The blue color is slightly darker than the large brush.
Blue Waves Blue Wave Mini: This brush has three different sizes: a small, medium, and large.
It will stretch on your palm, but not much more than a standard Blue Wave brush.
If you have a large hand, you might want to use this instead of the large blue brush.
The size of the brush is also slightly larger than the Medium Blue Wave Brush, but unlike the other two Blue Wave products, it doesn’t stretch as much as the Medium.
Bluewaves Blue Wave Large: This one is also a little smaller than the medium size.
The Medium BlueWave brush is a little lighter than the Blue Wave Small brush, and will stretch quite a bit, so if you have large hands, you should try this instead.
The small brush is the only one that doesn’t expand as much when it’s rubbed on your back or neck.
Bluewave Blue Wave Extra-Large: This small brush will expand a bit and will be slightly more scratch-resistant than the Large Blue Wave, but its a little thicker than the Small brush.
Because the Large is slightly larger, you’ll need to be a bit careful to not rub it on your face or neck too hard, and if you’re prone to skin irritation, you may want to choose this one over the Medium or the Large.
BlueWaves Blue Wave Deluxe: This big brush will have a very large and thick base, and its designed to scratch against your skin as well as your hands.
It’s the most durable of the three Blue Wave blue brushes, and like the other brushes, the base will stretch as you rub it.
It also has a slight matte finish to it, so even if it’s just rubbed on a clean surface, it’ll still have a nice, matte finish.
Blue Waves BlueWave Blue Wave Classic: This super-thin, super-soft brush will actually rub on your skin.
Unlike the other Blue Waves, it will stretch very little, so use it on sensitive areas of your skin, like your fingers and face.
The base of the BlueWave Classic is also thicker than that of the other products, so its a bit harder to scratch, but there’s no risk of it sticking to your skin or skin irritation.
Bluewaves BlueWave Blue Wave Elite: This really soft, super soft, and super thick blue brush is going to be one of the most comfortable blue waves out there.
You’ll be able to rub it all over your body, even on your neck, and there are two different sizes of Blue Wave Blue Wave.
They’re both super soft and really comfortable to rub on, and they have a really nice matte finish as well.
Blue waves are also great for those who don’t like rubbing the brush all over their body.
Blue Water Blue Wave Pure: This little blue water brush will make a nice scratch.
It is one of those little water bubbles that are incredibly gentle on your body and will not stick to anything.
If it does stick, it won’t hurt you.
The color of the bubbles can change, depending how long the brush has been on your hand.
The smaller, medium blue water is also the only blue water product that doesn, in fact, go into your bathtub.
BlueWater Blue Wave Aqua: This blue water toy will go in your bath and soak up any excess soap or water you throw at it.
This one has a slightly matte finish, but will still be able take a beating