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Brustro Artists Bristlewhite Flat Brush Series 1008 - Wide Brush, Size - 80mm (for Oil & Acrylic)

Brustro Artists Bristlewhite Flat Brush Series 1008 - Wide Brush, Size - 80mm (for Oil & Acrylic)

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MRP: ₹ 1,599.00
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SKU: 1008W.80MM

Barcode: 8904149824232

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Debarata Saha
Brustro Artists Bristlewhite Flat Brush Series 1008.

Reliable and precise strokes.

  • Brustro Artists' Bristlewhite Brush with Japanese interlocked bristle technology made with Chungking bristles, the best in the world.
  • Premium hand crafted brushes with birch wood handles with a lacquer finish makes them waterproof.
  • The pearl nickle plated brass ferrule holds the shape of the bristle giving the superior look.
  • The interlock technology gives a good elasticity to the bristles to hold both oil paints and acrylics. The best of brush making technologies combine to give the extra premium range of Brustro Artists' Bristlewhite brush range.
  • These brushes are also thicker than most other brushes – allowing for the brush to pick up the most amount of paint and water. These are great brushes to use if you need to “pick up” a little excess paint or water off the canvas or paper you are working on.


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