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Slim Badger Hair Brushes,Slim Badger Hair Paint Brushes
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Redtree Slim Badger Hair Brushes Customer Questions and Answers

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Does anyone have problems with bristles coming out?

Asked on 03/31/2012 by Undisclosed

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Yes I do but usually only during its first couple of uses. Seems as though once they have been used and cleaned a couple of times it subsides.

Answered on 04/01/2012 by JERRY VANDERVORT
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yes the hairs some times fall out. it means that the glue giving way in the metal part of the brush wich that is from the (thiner or the brush cleaner) that you are using DO NOT let sit for long time in thiner or cleaner.

Answered on 04/01/2012 by ADAM PAQUIN

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This is a very good brush. I have had no problems with bristles coming out. I use the brush on my teak furniture with Sikkens products and it works very well.

Answered on 04/01/2012 by PAUL LYONS

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I had good results with these brushes. Did not encounter a single loose hair from the brush.

Answered on 04/03/2012 by MARK ANDERSON

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No, I use a lot of these in different sizes and have not had problems with shedding.

Answered on 04/01/2012 by WILLIAM ROBERTSON IV

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Try storing in automatic trans fluid.

Answered on 04/01/2012 by ALAN CORRY

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I actually prefer the Corona Europa for varnish work...very few loose bristles. I've used the Redtree brushes a great deal years past and they are a quality brush also. Jerry Plaaten Fine Finishes & Fiberglass

Answered on 08/06/2013 by JERROLD PLAATEN

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I used the slim badger hair brush and it worked fine. I don't know how it would work for a very large area, though.

Answered on 04/09/2012 by NORIKO IWAMOTO

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Yes but I see this with all flat style brushes. Try pulling lightly on the bristles before first using it. Also it helps to was the brush before first use as this knocks a few looser bristles free before you start varnishing. I have never tried an oval or round bristle arrangement brush so I don't know if they are better or not.

Answered on 04/02/2012 by WALTER MCCLAIN
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Can I use this to paint walls?

Asked on 05/22/2014 by Undisclosed

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Yes, it'll do just fine.

Answered on 05/22/2014 by DAVID STRUBLE
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Yesspecially trim on a wall. Biggest advantage is smooth stroke the brush hair makes. I am an artist that uses to blend backgrounds on canvas in oil paint.

Answered on 05/22/2014 by BILL BILLINGSLEY

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I would only use a badger brush for varnish. IMHO, they are too delicate for walls. I think you would want something a little firmer, and much less expensive.

Answered on 05/22/2014 by Rick Glanz

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I don't see why not!

Answered on 05/22/2014 by TOM ANDERSON
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