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Old 01-25-2006, 07:32 AM
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Quality Paint Brush????

Fellas, I am in search of a quality paint brush. I will be brushing on POR 15 on my car frame and I would like to stay away from these cheap Harbor Freight brushes where it's common to have the bristles come off and stick to the surface. Does anybody have a recommendation to a good 3" paint brush sold at Lowes or Home Depot? Thanks.

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Dont have the name off hand, but look at the professional lines of brushes they have... They will be over 10 dollars a piece and for good reason.... They are the only ones I will buy.

Here are some good ones... Purdy,Wooster etc.. look at the link
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Try your jobber for Mack brushes..Not sure but they do have a lot more than just striping brushes..The good brushes are sold by specialty jobbers..also try the boat magazines as some good brushes are advertised there..

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The "Purdy" brand brushes sold at Home Depot are the best
out there. You can recognise a good brush by the banding,
the really good ones have copper.
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