- Paintbrush for art education and activities
- Size 4 flat brush for detail work
- Golden nylon filament brush head for resiliency and versatility
- Suitable for use with acrylics
- Long, lacquered handle for durability, with seamless aluminum ferrules for brush strength
Sax Phoenix Golden Nylon Size 4 Flat Brush
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Sax paintbrush is used for art education and activities, and is a size 4 flat brush for detail work. The brush head is golden nylon filament for resiliency and versatility, and is suitable for use with acrylics. Nylon is very strong and flexible, has excellent abrasion resistance, is lightweight, and resists crushing and cracking. The brush has a long, lacquered handle for durability, with seamless aluminum ferrules for providing brush strength. Aluminum resists corrosion and tarnishing, and is lightweight.
Art education products are used by art teachers and students, and professional artists and art hobbyists to create visual, tactile, and technology-based artwork. Art education products include painting, drawing, printmaking, and framing materials, along with supplies for ceramics, sculpture, crafts, and textile projects, and related items, such as furniture accessories and books. Products may also encompass supplies and materials related to photography, video, film, and computer-generated art forms.
School Specialty provides instructional materials and supplies under dozens of brands, among them Abilitations, Think Math, Delta Education, Frey Scientific, Neo/SCI, Childcraft, School Smart, Sportime, Speech Bin, and Sax Arts. The company, founded in 1959, is headquartered in Greenville, WI.
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The handle is really long, I'm not sure why, but it's light enough that it doesn't throw you off.
The ferrule (metal part attaching handle and bristles) is kind of shaky, and has been since I got the brush. It doesn't affect the use, but I'm worried it will fall off at some point.