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Paint Brushes by Purdy

Top Quality - Long Lasting

Paint Brush CoverPurdy Syntox brushes are designed for varnish, polyurethane and clear finishes, and provide all the benefits of natural Ox-Hair, but last five times longer. These brushes feature Dupont solid round tapered filaments which are 20% softer than Ox-Hair, shed-resistant, and provide an ultra smooth finish and longer lasting brush. Purdy Syntox brushes can be used with both water and solvent (oil) based clear finishes.

Purdy brushes are handcrafted and have been the preferred choice of professional painters for over 80 years. For the second consecutive year, based on an independant study by Frost and Sullivan, a majority of U.S. Paint Contractors named Purdy Best Overall Paint Brush significantly above the nearest competitor (57% to 17%). In addition, this independent research indicates Purdy customers report 100% overall satisfaction with the product and 99% of customers plan to buy Purdy paint brushes again. The Frost & Sullivan Paint Contractor’s Choice Award recognizes Purdy for the extraordinary commitment to the development of its brush products.

  • Stainless Steel Ferrule
  • 100% Dupont SRT synthetic filament
  • Use on All Clear Finishes
  • The Best Brush for Varnish/Polyurethane We Have Ever Used!

Paint Brush for Varnish

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    Syntox Paint Brush - 2" wide                    

$ 14.95  

    Syntox Paint Brush - 2.5" wide                    

$ 19.95  

    Syntox Paint Brush - 3" wide      


Cleaning Directions:

Water-Based Finishes
  1. Clean the brush as soon as possible.
  2. Work the majority of the paint out of the brush back into the can of paint.
  3. Use warm soapy water to clean the brush.
  4. Rinse with warm water until it runs clean.
Solvent(Oil)-Based Finishes
  1. Work the majority of the paint out of the brush back into the can of paint.
  2. Use the correct solvent for the finish being applied.
  3. Using a clean paint can, pour about 1 inch of clean solvent into the can.
  4. Rinse out the brush in the clean solvent.
  5. Using a second can (or after disposing of the thinner into another container) repeat the process 3 times to get the brush clean.
  6. Check your local laws for disposal of the used solvent.

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