B&Q Straight Cut 75mm Round Masonry Brush

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03729601
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Suitable for smooth and textured masonry paints, this 75mm round masonry brush from B&Q comes with a straight cut brush edge finish, polypropylene carbonate bristles and a fixed head, making it ideal for precision painting. The plastic comfort grip handle has been designed to reduce fatigue over a prolonged period of use.

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Features and benefits

  • Smooth and textured masonry paints

Technical specifications

Technical specification of B&Q Straight Cut 75mm Round Masonry Brush
Brand B&Q
Colour group Red
Bristle material Polypropylene carbonate
Handle material Plastic
Location External
Style Standard
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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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