2" Reed Haik Brush

$12.95 USD
Item# 7465
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  • Must have fusing staple
  • Apply primer on kiln shelves or molds with ease
  • Perfect solution to evenly applying primer to fusing projects
  • Natural fiber bristles ; brush flares to 1-1/4"


Product Description

The natural bristles of Reed Haik Brushes are bound and glued into each bamboo reed making it easy to create a custom sized brush - simply break apart between the reeds to make a smaller brush for casting molds or to get into tiny details of texture molds with ease. Use to apply a smooth coating of glass separator or primer on kiln shelves and molds. A must for your coating needs. Natural fiber bristles.Brush flares to 3-1/2" to apply shelf wash. to apply shelf wash. 6 reed bresh measures approximately 2".

 

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  •   Great brush
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Pros : This is as good as it gets. I started out using a regular paint brush, but quickly realized I needed this for a smooth application.
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Pros : Even coating is easy.
Cons : I only used it twice. The brush hairs do fall out. Need to review the peice prior to using it.
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