What can I say? It's a disposable brush. I know that recycling is the right thing to do, but sometimes it's nice to have disposable things. Especially brushes (I hated cleaning paint brushes as a kid, and I still hate it). I've used these for control cavity shielding paint, applying wood filler, cleaning in small spaces, and flattened the end of one as a makeshift flat head screwdriver (ok, that one's a lie). Anyway, you get TWELVE of these in a package. Sweet!
These brushes get the job done. Nothing fancy, but seem to be higher quality than what I can find locally. Used when gluing my reverse rounded kerfing. Easy to trim off bristles if you'd like to make a more narrow brush for finer work.
Very good quality. Used this stuff with glue and conductive paint.
I bought these to paint the inside of my control cavities with conductive paint.Worked very well and had zero issues.
Inexpensive brushes that worked well for applying shielding paint. Bristles bend easily near the edge and I found it easiest to snip them off vs trying to get them to change direction. Brushes can be cleaned and reused so a 12 pack will last a long while.
Very good quality.
Nice brush, but it's bigger than it looked in the pic.
I'd like these better if they were smaller, or available in different sizes...
they do what they say.
It seems kind of odd to buy these brushes from a Luthier supply house when they are available at almost any hardware store. However the brushes I had perviously purchased from other sources aren't nearly as well made as these. No problems with the entire hank of hair falling out.
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