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  • Badger Hair Brushes, badger hair paint brush

    Redtree Badger Hair Brushes

    Badger Hair paint brushes are ideal for bottom paint, varnish and high-gloss marine coatings....

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    Price: $8.49 to $19.99
  • Paint Brush / Roller Cleaner Spinner

    Paint Brush / Roller Cleaner Spinner

    The Spinner is a professional paint brush & roller cleaner that prolongs the life of your brushes...

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    Price: $14.07
  • Foam Brushes, foam paint brushes, foam varnish brushes

    Jen Foam Brushes

    Foam Brushes for use with varnish, enamels, stains, latex, and oil paints. Not for use with shellac...

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    Price: $9.98 to $18.94
  • Chip Brushes

    Redtree Chip Brushes

    Chip brushes have natural bristles, with wood handles set in epoxy. For use with resins, glues,...

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    Price: $13.72 to $28.80
  • JD Brush Keeper, brush storage kit

    Paint Brush Keeper

    A brush keeper is a great way to store and clean valuable paint and varnish brushes for future...

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    Price: $40.02
  • Slim Badger Hair Brushes,Slim Badger Hair Paint Brushes

    Redtree Slim Badger Hair Brushes

    Slim hadger hair brushes feature Redtree badger style China bristle, and are slightly thinner than...

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    Price: $6.66 to $17.85
  • Omega Lily varnish brush

    FPE Omega Lily Varnish Brushes

    Omega Lily Brushes yield thin but uniform varnish applications appropriate for furniture and faux fi...

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    Price: $14.10 to $45.15
  • Epifanes Oval Brushes, oval paint brushes, oval varnish brushes

    Epifanes Oval Brushes

    Epifanes oval brushes are similar to classic round brushes, but provide slower release of paint,...

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    Price: $36.98 to $85.26
  • epifanes full brush, varnish brushes, boat paint brush

    Epifanes Full Brush

    Epifanes full brushes are similar to American flat brushes, but hold more product, making it a...

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    Price: $35.99 to $65.99
  • Pointed Sash Brushes

    FPE Pointed Sash Brushes

    Pointed Sash Brushes are perfect applicators for windows, or any application where a clean edge is...

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    Price: $25.80 to $50.64
  • Wooster Yachtsman Brush

    Wooster Yachtsman Brushes

    The Wooster Yachtsman is a white china bristle paint brush with chisel construction. A soft...

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    Price: $8.31 to $66.96
  • Redtree Industries Ox Hair Varnish Brush

    Redtree Ox Hair Varnish Brush

    Brushes are constructed with high-quality, blended, natural bristle and ox hair. Provides an extra...

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    Price: $7.79 to $15.74
  • epifanes round brush, varnish brush

    Epifanes Round Brush

    Epifanes round brush has a high volume of bristles and a chiseled shape to hold a high volume...

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    Price: $18.10 to $32.68
  • Omega Ring Varnish Brushes

    FPE Omega Ring Varnish Brushes

    The Omega Ring varnish brush is a round, versatile varnish brush. Nero bristle. Available in eight s...

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    Price: $19.53 to $65.41
  • Poly-Brush Display

    Poly-Brush Display

    Jen Poly-Brushes are disposable urethane foam applicators, for all smooth surfaces. Ideal for...

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    Price: $25.95
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Paint Brushes

The type and quality of a paint brush hinges on several factors. Brush bristles can be natural (animal), or synthetic (such as nylon, polyester etc). Brushes with polyester filament bristles work well with just about all types of paint, as they don't lose resiliency with use or absorb water. We recommend natural animal bristle brushes for oil-based paint only. Nylon bristle-equipped brushes can be used with both latex and oil paints.

When looking at paint brushes, look at the bristle ends. Good paint brushes have a high percentage of split aka flagged ends to better hold paint and leave fewer brush marks. Bristles/filaments should vary in length for smooth paint release. Brushes for precision and detail painting should be pointed or tipped.

The Wooster Shortcut Brush has a full sized head with a soft and short handle, to make painting corners, trim, and other difficult to reach areas simple. Bristles made of white China, which offers softer feel and a fine finish.

Badger Hair Paint Brushes feature genuine Badger hair bristles, which are thickest at the end and thinnest at the root. Badger hair brushes are most often used for blending oil based paints. They are also in larger sizes for enamel and varnish use.

Black china bristle brushes are basic paint brushes for general purpose use. Work well with bottom paint, resin etc. White China Bristle brushes work well for oil-based paint, stain, varnish and polyurethane, as well as shellac and lacquer. Soft natural bristles yield a smoother finish than a black china bristle brush.

Varnish Brushes

Epifanes brushes are all natural varnish bristle brushes, with individually split bristle ends. These varnish brushes are round, oval, or elliptical. Round varnish brushes are designed for use on rails, trim, or anywhere rounded edge area where an even flow of paint is critical. An elliptical varnish brush is similar to standard flat brushes but has significantly more holding capacity. The oval style is probably the best for varnish as it combines the qualities of the round and elliptical, and has a slower release of paint or varnish. In general, brushes used for varnishing have long and soft flat bristles desgined to leave no bristle marks. Also used for smoothing and soft blending.

Chip Brushes usually feature natural (hog) bristles set in epoxy cement. A chip brush is great for working with resin, glue, acetone, and other solvents.

Foam Brushes don't work well with lacquer or shellac. A disposable brush that leaves a smooth finish. We also carry solvent resistant foam brushes that are great for varnish, enamel, urethane finishes, staining, and single and two part paints.

Lettering Brushes usually have long 'hairs'. The length is what gives these brushes high paint carrying capacity. Natural fiber lettering brushes work best on surfaces like glass, vinyl, metal, and plastic. Rough wood and canvas surfaces require a more durable, often synthetic, letter brush.

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