Crown Decorating Centres has announced the introduction of a new paint brush, the Ultimate Advanced Synthetic brush.
The new high-quality synthetic brush promises to make even the trickiest jobs easier, with maximum paint absorption and exceptional precision.
Featuring an innovative micro-construction filament design for excellent paint pick up and release, the new brush enables greater surface areas to be covered in less time, whilst the feathered filament tip ensures total control when cutting in.
In addition, the new brush also benefits from a lightweight yet hardwearing aluminium frame, which maintains good support through the middle of the brush head to give even greater accuracy and a high-quality finish every time.
The brush is ideal for water-based paints and features a beech beavertail handle which has been ergonomically tested for superior comfort.
The Ultimate Advanced Synthetic brush is the latest addition to Crown’s popular Ultimate range of painting and decorating tools and ancillary products and is available now from Crown Decorating Centre nationwide.
PO Box 37,
Phone 0330 0240310
Fax 01254 774414
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