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ChalkPro Paint&Wax Brush - Large


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  • Highest quality china bristle
  • Hand made in the U.S.A.
  • Natural unfinished beaver tail handle
  • Chiseled bristle head perfect for wax or paint
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Technical Details
Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions8.2 x 2.2 x 1.8 inches
OriginMade in USA
Item model numberPWB-L
SizeLarge
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB00CW5M0UO
Best Sellers Rank #2,526 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableMay 20, 2013
  
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Product Description

A good quality paint and wax brush is one of the best investments you can make when refinishing furniture or restoring antiques. Our Paint&Wax Brush fulfills both needs in one brush! ChalkPro Paint&Wax Brushes are made from the finest White China Bristles securely epoxied into a durable, plated ferrule. The brushes are completed with a natural beaver-tail handle for maximum comfort, no matter how you grip your brush during the paint or wax application process. Our brushes are made right here in the U.S.A. by expert craftsman (men and women) and were designed for use with any type of natural based paint or waxes, including CeCe Caldwell's, Annie Sloan, Fat Paint, Van Gogh, or American Paint, and their wax finishing products, as well as the various brands of milk and mineral paints. Paint&Wax Brushes are also perfectly suited for applying softer, solvent based furniture waxes for refinishing or antique restoration. Our Paint&Wax Wax Large brush measures 8 1/2 inches in length, including the contoured 5 1/4 inch beaver tail handle. The oval head measures 2 1/4 x 1 3/4 inches, with 2 1/8 inches of dense, firmly epoxied white china bristles. The brush head has flat cut bristle head, making it ideal wax application. Cleaning tips: While we rarely clean our wax brushes, a quick cleaning with Murphy's oil soap helps to condition the bristles like you would condition your own hair. Put a nickel-sized drop in your palm and work the wet brush into your hand until the brush suds and you see the bristles are clean. Rinse well and wrap your brush in paper (construction or kraft paper works best but paper towels will do) and allow to thoroughly dry before use. If a deep cleaning soak in mineral spirits is necessary, rinse with lacquer thinner after soaking to remove the oily residue and finally clean with soap and water. Wrap your brush in paper (construction or kraft paper works best but paper towels will do) and allow to thoroughly dry before use.

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Customer Reviews

This brush by ChalkPro worked great for my purposes.
Catrinka
I did have some problem with loose bristles during the first application but that problem is gone after using the brush on one piece of furniture.
Brenda Roote
It's a strong, well-built brush and works well to work wax or finishes into a piece of furniture.
Julie

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By SeattleCarol on September 3, 2013
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I really liked the feel and look of this brush when I first got it. Also the detailed instructions enclosed regarding cleaning and care of the brush. I rarely clean a furniture wax brush and that is also what is recommended.
Per previous reviews, I did a lot of shaking and slapping of the brush to 'de-shed' before using it.

I did have some shedding during use with simple Johnson's Wax which was a pain to pick out of my furniture before it dried. Also, it takes time do this.

I am a 'gentle' waxer who will do more coats of wax oppose to pushing in heavily with the brush.

Final opinion - this is not a top of the line brush and will most likely not last long. I can't recommend it at this price listed as something suggested in the name as a product used with Chalk Paint or wax.
If I did purchase it again, I play with the idea of using a syringe and injecting at the base within the bristles some E6000. But this should not be required of a user.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Brenda Roote on October 12, 2013
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After hunting for a wax brush all over the Savannah area, I resorted to the internet and found this one on Amazon. It is exactly what I needed to apply wax to my chalk painted items after distressing them. The handle is a perfect size and the round brush makes applying wax very easy. I did have some problem with loose bristles during the first application but that problem is gone after using the brush on one piece of furniture. I would recommend this item to others.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Larry on August 17, 2013
First use: The brush applies wax fine to my newly painted furniture - however the bristles are everywhere. So I constantly have to stop and pick them out. I'm going to give the brush a good cleaning - then give it another go. But if it continues to shed like that, will have to find another use for it.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Catrinka TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 2, 2014
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I've been refinishing some "repurposed" furniture finds--some with the Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and others with the Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint. Part of the appeal of pieces painted with these specialty paints is the final finish of waxes--clear wax for a luminous matte finish and dark antiquing wax for adding accent to certain areas.

You need a brush that is strong and firm, yet pliable, to work the wax over the furniture piece and into every detail area. This brush by ChalkPro worked great for my purposes. It's large enough to cover large surface areas, but is also small enough to work the wax into all of the carved details and curvy turns of furniture legs.

This ChalkPro Paint & Wax Brush is made of densely-packed white hog bristles that are flattened for ease of applying the wax evenly. The metal ferrule seems to be firmly clamped around the top of the bristles to hold them in place. The wooden handle is slightly curved and comfortable in my hand. The bristles of the brush are in an oval shape that is a bit over 2-inches wide. It holds plenty of wax, works it over the whole surface, and even buffs the finish.

I've experienced a small amount of shedding; but not necessarily more than I've had with other brushes. It helps to work your brush a bit with your hand to release any dust or loose bristles before you start using it for paint or wax.

The brushes need to be washed with hot water and soap to remove the wax between uses.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By SPB on October 16, 2013
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I was very disappointed in this brush, I spent more time picking out hairs that fell out than painting. My previous brush was great but I believe it was a different brand.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Wendy Buckland on March 24, 2014
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Perfect size for applying Annie Sloan paint. Helps to apply the paint with full coverage. The bristles are high quality.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chuck on January 7, 2014
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The large brush is an excellent tool for the new wax stains. The only minus is the high price and shipping.
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This brush would only be good as a wax brush. As a paint brush, the bristles are much shorter and therefore stiffer since there is less distance from the ferrule to the tip. I wanted to like these brushes, but my large brush has uneven bristles that were poorly cut so the surface is very sloped from one side of the oval to another in a c curve. Hard to explain, but not at all what is in the picture. It is clearly obvious when you look at the brush, so I am led to believe their quality control is not doing their job. If you were to try and wax with it, you would have to press so hard so that the center of the c curve made contact with your piece. Hard to explain, really. Without the defect, it would have been three stars (just ok) as I also got a small one and it was meh. I liked it ok, but it was not the same quality of my Annie Sloan brush. I accepted this at first since it was so much less expensive than the AS brush. However, a fellow decorative painter recommended the Chalk Supply brushes and I tried one. Completely sold on those. Comparable in price to Chalkpro brand but much better quality. The bristles on those paint brushes are softer and more flexible and I love those brushes for painting and I also use the chalk supply professional wax brushes - they are EXACTLY the same as my AS wax brush only about one third the price. I venture to say I like them even more than my Annie Sloan brushes because the quality is the same and the price is so much more affordable that I can own several. If you just try this brush, I suppose you might be satisfied, but having tried the chalk supply brushes I couldn't go back to these brushes. In the end, I gave my small chalkpro brush to a student in my paint class and use the large one to dust off my pieces after sanding.Read more ›
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