|Item Weight||5.9 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1 x 8 x 3 inches|
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|Item model number||Q3211-2|
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|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
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- Wooster, shortcut, 2", nylon/polyester Paintbrush, full sized Brush head provides good paint capacity, angled Brush tips add precision
- Adds extra shine to your product
- Manufactured in United States
- Flexible purple Shergrip handle that measurers only 2 1/4 Inches long that adds maneuverability in tight spaces
- White nylon and gold polyester blend for all paints
- Brass-plated steel ferrule
- Package designed to peghook brush by the handle and illustrate proper holding position
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For all paints (latex, acrylics, and water-based stains). White nylon/gold polyester, chisel trim. Brass plated steel ferrule. Flexible purple Shergrip 2-1/4" handle adds maneuverability in tight spaces.
From the Manufacturer
Wooster unveiled the original nylon/polyester Shortcut in 1991! It offers uniform coverage and resists wear with all latex, acrylics, and water-based stains. The Wooster Brush Company has been manufacturing innovative, high-performance painting tools right out of Wooster, Ohio USA since 1851. Our trade names include Ultra/Pro, Advantage, Yachtsman, Shortcut paintbrushes; Super/Fab, Super Doo-Z roller covers; Sherlock frames and extension poles; Jumbo-Koter minirollers; and Prep Crew surface prep tools. You can feel confident knowing Wooster is the name behind your painting tools.
Top customer reviews
We all just started a revamp project on our very old outdated pop up camper , and this is the very best brush to use in a small space! It's the brush that keeps on giving! :) And the Bristles don't flake off in my paint as some cheap brushes do. I will be buying more as back up soon! :)
on his job painting walls and ceilings.
He needed something to "cut in", especially around the door frames.
I ordered one of these little brushes for him to try out.
He loves the Wooster brushes, one of only two brands he'll use.
He said that they work like a charm, although the rubberized
handle took a little getting used to.
I'm not quite sure why the handle is so short - even if it is for quick or tight
areas, it is really, really short! He has very large hands, so it's a bit of a challenge.
Overall, he liked it. Not so sure I would purchase them again though.
I bought this because I'm updating the vanity in a bathroom and quite a few people recommended it from paint and polyurethane reviews because it eliminates streaking.
I am glad I read the questions here as now I know that once I use the polyurethane I'll basically have to throw it away. I'll do that step last. Thanks for the tip!
I'll be adding my projects as I complete them with an update