|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||10.6 x 8 x 1.5 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||A-8509|
|Item Package Quantity||9|
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Linzer A-8509 Foam Brushes, For All Paints & Stains, (9-Pack)
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- Three sizes, 9 total brushes. 3-each of the 3-Inch, 3-each of the 2-Inch and 3 each of the 1-inch brushes.
- High density closed cell foam brush.
- Wood Peg Handle.
- Good with all paints.
- Works great on smooth surfaces.
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From the Manufacturer
Linzer Products Corporation has been providing excellence in the painting industry since 1892. We make paint brushes, roller covers, pad painters, tools and accessories for everyone from the professional to the first-time painter. We offer consistently high quality merchandise with a value unmatched in the industry. And we continue to develop new and exciting products for both professional and DIY painters.
Top customer reviews
There are two 3", two 2" and two 1" wide brushes. They are about 7" long.
These brushes are fine for the price, but if you're using a heavy latex or a fine oil-based stain, DON'T USE THESE. Buy expensive, non-foam traditional brushes that don't shed with high-end hair/bristles. Otherwise you will see some air bubbles.
I could not get these handles to break, even when trying with a lot of strength. I am very familiar with trigger pull/reset, so I have a good sense of how many pounds of pressure is involved in moving or breaking something. The product I received easily handled 20 lbs of force with no sign of breaking or even cracking. I totally believe the others who say their product broke, so maybe their batch was bad or this company changed the material? For simple back and forth strokes for horizontal planing, it'll be more than fine and should not break.
Meanwhile, I actually used these for painting and it was fine for that. I'll use it to fill some scratches on my walls, but not on high end furniture or anything that requires a super-high polish finish. Thanks for reading my review and please click "helpful" if it helped you.