Scratch brushes are very versatile types of brushes. They can be used for various types of cleaning, deburring, and removal of material from an array of surfaces. Acid brushes are typically one-time or repeat use to apply acid, glue, paste, soldering, or for touch-up, dusting, or other general-purpose applications. Artist brushes can be used for detailing, applying solvents in small spaces, or for creative painting projects.
There are six categories of Industrial Brushes: Acid Brushes; Artist Brushes; Double-Headed Brushes; Large Handle Wire Scratch Brushes; Small Plastic Handle Brushes; and Small Wood Handle Brushes.
The brushes in these six categories are available with a choice of fill material: Brass; Brass/Nylon; Brass/Nylon/Stainless Steel; Camel Hair; Carbon Steel; Horse hair; Nylon; Stainless Steel; or Stainless Steel/Nylon. These brushes are also available with plastic; tin; or a wood handle. Other selectable parameters include: trim length; trim type; handle size; tip type; brush face; length; width; rows; scraper; head style; size; and use.
Industrial brushes have many and varied uses including but not limited to: deburring, applying solvents and glue, detailing, painting, scraping, and cleaning. The smaller industrial brushes are great for getting into hard to reach areas.
Contact Redtree Industries, LLC at 323-450-2758 or [email protected] for all of you painting needs. If you need an industrial brush, contact our sister company, Gordon Brush® at 323-450-2758 or [email protected]