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    1.5 INCH PAINT BRUSH (38mm)

    FARROW & BALL 1.5 INCH PAINT BRUSH (38mm)

    C$13.00

    Product Description

    Farrow & Ball's premium paint brushes are crafted using only the finest quality elements and designed to work seamlessly with their products to give you the best and smoothest possible finish.

    • Made using 100% synthetic bristles to maintain a smooth and constant flow
    • Unique combination of shaped and flagged bristle tips to hold more paint, providing a smooth finish and reducing brush marks
    • Work in harmony with Farrow & Ball's eco friendly, water-based formulations featuring low VOC content
    • Long bristles offer additional control for precision work

    SIZE:  1.5" wide (38mm)

    MATERIALS:  Synthetic Bristles, Responsibly Sourced FSC® Certified Birch Handle, Recycled Steel Ferrule

    Cruelty free. Environmentally responsible. 

    USE:  1.5 inch brush is ideal for doors, frames and baseboards. Designed to work with all Farrow & Ball paint finishes.

    Easy to clean with warm soapy water. Allow to dry before storing. 

    Will last a long time with proper use + care.

    END OF LIFE:  Separate clean materials for recycle + disposal.  Metal ferrule is recyclable, wood handle is compostable + biodegradable, synthetic bristles are disposable as househould waste and may be recyclable in your area, confirm with local recycling authority.

     

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