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Trade prices on all products, recently manufactured and in stock.
Clear despatch times and next day delivery to most of the UK.
We supply data sheets and application guides with every order.
All of our brushes and rollers have been tested and are solvent resistant. If you are using your own application equipment please ensure it is suitable for the product you wish to apply.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT BRUSHES AND ROLLERS CALL US ON: 01285 862132
Synthetic bristle brushes such as the Premier Synthetic, Professional Synthetic and the Advantage Brush Set have little to no bristle loss but hold less paint than a natural bristle brush.
Natural bristle brushes such as the Premier Bristle hold more paint for easier application but due to the non-conformity of the bristles can shed the occasional one in use.
Mixed bristle brushes such as the Contractor and the ProDec 3 Brush Set offer a value 'disposable' option while offering good paint loading and minimal bristle loss.
TOP TIP: Synthetic bristle - bent bristles can be restored by dipping in hot water. Natural bristle - maintain brushes by cleaning and wrapping in newspaper while slightly damp.
100% Synthetic bristle for long life and no bristle loss High paint loading for outstanding coverage Flagged bristles for smooth paint release and fine finish Traditional wooden beavertail handle for comfort Available in 1", 1.5", 2" and 3" Ferrule - Stainless steel Ideal uses - All paints and varnishes
Unique concave end makes it possible to roll corners precisely and eliminates tram lines. High density foam for a smooth, high quality finish on flat surfaces. Solvent resistant so will not dissolve or fall apart even when exposed to the strongest two-pack thinner. Available in packs of 5 or 10.
Excellent value rollers where a fine finish is not required but the ability to hold more paint to save time and effort is. Our Blue Stripe rollers are perfect for applying primers and antifouling. Do not be tempted to go too big. For most situations the 4" size provides the best compromise between getting the paint on quickly and not suffering from wrist fatigue from a heavy roller loaded with paint. You will require a roller frame or cage to hold these rollers.
TOP TIP: If you have not used a Handled Paint Cup before we would recommend them over a normal roller tray when using 4” rollers. You use the flat edge to load the roller and the handle makes it easier to walk around painting rather than balancing a tray on a flat surface and having to bend down each time. The hollow handle also acts a storage for a small brush for detail work.