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Economy Foam Brushes feature beveled high-density polyurethane foam heads that make it easy to apply varnishes, stains, and latex/oil paints smoothly, without ugly brush marks.
These value-priced brushes come in 1" (ideal for trim work) or 2" brush widths help you accomplish a number of marine, craft, and household painting projects.
Not recommended for use with lacquer or shellac.
Sold in boxes of 48 brushes per box.
January 23, 2020
The foam portion head keeps pulling off the handle.
May 7, 2019
I bought a box of them for detail painting with Hydrocoat bottom paint. The first two had the handle snap off the foam and I gave up using them. I'll try again using latex housepaint. Disappointed for my intended purpose.
April 13, 2017
I would use Jen brushes instead. These do not hold up for brushing epoxy as it's getting a little thicker, bits of flimsy brush tips can break off and get stuck in the resin.
June 23, 2015
Our use of the product was admittedly atypical- but the foam brushes stood up to repeated use with different types of medium, rinsed well, were easy to handle and were superbly priced. We outfitted our entire day program and teen volunteers for group art projects (over 70 people) for less than $50!
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