Harris Touch Up Brush (W)1½ "

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Harris Touch Up Brush (W)1½ "
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  • Recommended For Touching up small areas of paintwork
  • Soft grip handle
  • Suitable For All paints, stains and varnishes
  • 1 year Guarantee

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Technical specification of Harris Touch Up Brush (W)1½ "
Handle material Plastic
Bristle material Natural bristle
Handle type Soft grip handle
Brush head movement Fixed head
Sizes 1½ "
Colour description Black
Suitable For All paints, stains and varnishes
Pack quantity 1
Care instructions Wash with warm soapy water immediately after use
Guarantee 1year
Model 23087N

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