B&Q Woodstain Brush, Pack of 3

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03491003
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For use with stains, varnishes and wood treatments, these woodstain brushes have a bristle and synthetic mix for effective use. Ideal for a variety of surfaces, the brushes are hard wearing and comfortable to hold.

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Contents: 1x0.5 inch (12mm) brush, 1x1.5 inch (37mm) brush and a 1x3 inch (76mm) brush

  • Allow to dry naturally

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Technical specification of B&Q Woodstain Brush, Pack of 3
Brand B&Q
Model 10993N

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