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10 Harris Smoothglide Paintbrushes - £4.50 instore @ Asda

£4.50 @ George (Asda George)
Just got 10, various sized, Harris paintbrushes for £4.50 instore @ Asda. This is a great price for quality brushes. Sizes are: 2 x 2" * 3 x 1.5" * 2 x 1" * 2 x 0.5" * 1 x 1" Angled window brush Read More
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Just got 10, various sized, Harris paintbrushes for £4.50 instore @ Asda. This is a great price for quality brushes.
Sizes are:
2 x 2" * 3 x 1.5" * 2 x 1" * 2 x 0.5" * 1 x 1" Angled window brush
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#1
Pure bristle or lossless?
#2
Shengis
Pure bristle or lossless?


very important. Would never use lossless, they are rubbish for painting. Bristles everytime for me.
toad
#3
toadoftoadhall
very important. Would never use lossless, they are rubbish for painting. Bristles everytime for me.
toad

I'm glad its not just me:thumbsup:
#4
harris are quality paint brushes
#5
Don't bother if their not pure bristle. Personally I've only used Hamilton or Purdey and if taken care of will last forever.
#6
I saw this earlier and was going to ask if someone knew what what bristles they were , so you guy's beat me to a very important question . I'm a decorater and would think this is a very good deal if the bristles are pure . Some of these brushes are nearly a fiver each at my local dec shop .
Ento do you know m8 ?
#7
harris smothglide brushes are, apparently, synthetic material
after quick search on google

i'm also dissapionted with the finish from harris 'no-loss' brushes

and i am now after a good deal on a quality pure bristle set
#8
http://i52.photobucket.com/albums/g39/benking000/15brushes.jpg

[CENTER][SIZE=4][COLOR=navy]YES I KNOW THERE ARE [COLOR=blue]15[/COLOR] HERE.[/COLOR][/SIZE]
[SIZE=4][COLOR=navy]JUST THOUGHT IT A GOOD PIC.[/COLOR][/SIZE]
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[FONT=Times New Roman]This is a set of Latest 2007 15 Harris Advanced paint brushes. [/FONT][/CENTER]

[CENTER][FONT=Times New Roman][COLOR=red][SIZE=5]RRP £39.99![/SIZE][/COLOR][/FONT][/CENTER]

[CENTER][FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=2]SmoothGlide brushes are made from special synthetic bristles, the shape and length is strictly controlled making them the world leader that they have been for years.....[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=2]New advanced brushes give greater control for a smoother finish and soft grip handles[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=2]Suitable for use with all types of gloss, emulsion, undercoat, varnishes etc.[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=2]Holds more paint as a natural bristle brush.[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=2]Bristles "shaped" for easier and better cutting in.[/SIZE][/FONT]
[FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=2]Less drag is produced which means it is less tiring to use.[/SIZE][/FONT][/CENTER]
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[CENTER][FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=2]Good price though.[/SIZE][/FONT][/CENTER]
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[CENTER][FONT=Times New Roman][FONT=Comic Sans MS][SIZE=2]Certainly good for the amateur or for outdoor work/garden furniture Etc[/SIZE][/FONT].[/FONT][/CENTER]
#9
Aldi have PB coming in sunday for £2.99. As to the quality, you'll have to check that out yourself, better to look see than just be snobby over the price lol.

Aldi.
http://uk.aldi.com/images/data_product/49138661546c2b668d8438.jpg

Not a great fan of off white bristles tbh (fence painting anybody lol) as its not so easy to see if your brush is properly clean....
#10
http://www.thepotomacgallery.com/artists-bios/harris_bio_files/RH_portait.jpg
#11
check out your local dulux paint centres the always have Purdey brush offers

i cant reccomend em enuff :thumbsup:
#12
0m8n
check out your local dulux paint centres the always have Purdey brush offers

i cant reccomend em enuff :thumbsup:


which ones do u recomend,
monarch (bristle)
or monarch elite(synthetic)

more confused now. read that sythetic are better for water based paints and bristle better for oil based paints? is this correct?
#13
lo m8ty

The monarch elite is the best allround brush i find

We tried harris and found that the bristles didnt hold the paint at all

Try glossing with a harris then try with a monarch elite you notice a BIG difference

Oh and a brushmate box is the dogs for looking after your oil based paint brushes

http://www.wsbrushes.co.uk/images/www.wsbrushes.co.uk/thumb/tn7034rd1025492708.jpg

:thumbsup:
#14
:oops: I buy cheap brushes and throw em away after use. I really can never get to grips with cleaning the brushes properly after use. No matter what white spirit I use. Wish I could just emulsion everything :w00t: :whistling: :w00t:

Where am I going wrong??
#15
I use proper brush cleaner [the blue stuff] , then rinse them out in warm water under the tap with a bit of washing up liquid .If you doing a bit of painting over 2 or 3 days , keep the brush steeped in water , it'll last then clean straight away . I dont use those synthetic brushes , they dont hold the paint . You can tell the difference between them & pure bristle.
#16
[SIZE=2]I thought you could not put gloss paintbrush in water, what is the blue stuff you use ? spirit. Aldi got v. cheap brushes on offer today[/SIZE]
#17
Was in Aldi earlier and the brushes were **** tbh. Got a cheapo spirit level though, be good as a straight edge or possibly a mini plastering feather if nothing else.

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