Hamilton Straight Cut 120mm Masonry Brush

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Suitable for both oil and water based paints, this 120mm masonry brush from Hamilton comes with a straight cut brush edge finish, bristle and synthetic mix bristles and a fixed head, making it ideal for precision painting. 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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Brand Hamilton
Colour group Grey
Bristle material Bristle and synthetic mix
Handle material Plastic
Model 2903215

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