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In order to achieve a nice result, it can be crucial to use the right type of brush. We have gathered here our selection, which includes brushes in different widths and for different areas of use and purposes

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Stone Chip Brushes
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Stone Chip Brushes


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Filt Applikator
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Nylon Pensel
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Brushes for all types of painting work and needs

We offer brushes in different sizes and widths, so you can choose the right size for your project. Whether you are a professional painter or just need to paint a room at home, we have the right brushes for you.

Flat brush

A flat brush is ideal for larger areas such as walls and ceilings. The flat shape makes it easy to cover a larger area in a short amount of time, making it the perfect choice for large painting projects.

Bicycle paint brush

Bicycle paint brushes have a special shape designed to provide a smooth and even surface ideal for bicycles, cars and other vehicles.

Round brush

Round brush is a versatile brush that is good for both small and large areas and is perfect for painting corners and edges.

Angle brush or radiator brush

Angled brushes are ideal for reaching hard-to-reach places, such as between radiator fins or other small and narrow areas.

Extend lifespan

For water-based paints, you can clean the brush by rinsing it thoroughly in warm water and then wiping it with a piece of paper or a cloth. Repeat until the water is clear and the brush is clean. It is also a good idea to use a mild soap or washing-up liquid to remove any remaining paint. For oil-based paint, you can clean the brush by using mineral spirits or similar. Start by removing as much paint as possible by wiping the brush on a piece of paper or cloth. Then dip the brush into turpentine and let it soak for a few minutes. Shake the brush gently and repeat until the brush is clean. It is important to remember that turpentine is a toxic liquid, so be sure to wear gloves and work in a well-ventilated area.

Regardless of the type of paint you have used, it is important to avoid letting the brush become dry or stiff. After cleaning, wipe the brush gently with a piece of paper or cloth, then hang it up or lay it flat to dry completely.

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