Anza Straight Cut 120mm Swivel Head Masonry Brush

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Suitable for easier painting of the top and bottom of walls, this 120mm swivel head masonry brush from Anza comes with a straight cut brush edge finish and a swivel head, making it ideal for painting around corners and confined spaces. The plastic handle has been specifically designed for comfort whilst working, whilst the stainless steel ferrule strengthens the handle and prevents it from splitting or wearing over time.

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Technical specification of Anza Straight Cut 120mm Swivel Head Masonry Brush
Brand Anza
Colour group Red
Handle material Plastic
Size
Model 62184-120

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How to paint your wall

You should normally paint your walls and ceilings with emulsion, acrylic or water-based eggshell. Non-drip emulsion is also available in jelly or solid form, and this is particularly good for ceilings. Never stir non-drip paint, no matter how lumpy it looks. You'll cause the gel structure to break down, and the paint will lose its non-drip quality.

Buying guides

Primers buying guide

Primers buying guide

If you're painting on bare wood, plaster or metal surfaces, you'll get a better result if you use a primer first. It provides a surface which the paint can bond to and stops the paint being absorbed. Find out more what you need and for what surface.

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