50pc Use and throw paintbrush set £5.99 @ toolstation (instore)
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50pc Use and throw paintbrush set £5.99 @ toolstation (instore)

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Found 20th Mar 2010
If you are sprucing up the nest this is a must

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Less than 10 pence a brush...but cheap brushes are a false economy and you will be spending half your time trying to get stray bristles out of the paint. Ok for painting the garden fence maybe but will you really need 50?

Says £15.97 on link,are we missing a code? or am i being thick!! (don't answer that)

Cheap brushes are seriously a waste of time as mentioned above by splinters.

Better off spending your money getting a few decent brushes that can then be re-used.

"If you are sprucing up the nest this is a must"
Or, controversially - Clean your brushes after each use.

Besides you'll never need 50

As a deal, I suppose you can't complain, 50 brushes for £5.99 is certainly cheap!
However... cheap brushes are never worth using.Yes, they may be disposable, but If you're going to the effort of redecorating, then the last thing you'll want is the bristles of the brush falling out all over the place, mainly on your new paintwork, which is what happens with all these very cheap brushes.
You don't need to spend a fortune, just a buy a few decent brushes, most people will only need 3 or 4 sizes, and not only will it save you a lot of frustration, from picking bristles of your nice new paint, but your finished results will look much better as well, as they leave a smoother finish (no course brush marks), and are easier to cut in with (edges).

splinters;8155708

Less than 10 pence a brush...but cheap brushes are a false economy and … Less than 10 pence a brush...but cheap brushes are a false economy and you will be spending half your time trying to get stray bristles out of the paint. Ok for painting the garden fence maybe but will you really need 50?



There cheap individual brushes are surprisingly good, natural bristle and no bristle loss over what "premium" brushes give.

crazeylimey;8155733

Says £15.97 on link,are we missing a code? or am i being thick!! (don't … Says £15.97 on link,are we missing a code? or am i being thick!! (don't answer that)



ditto

parpster;8155863

ditto



I think the code is 'INSTORE' but I may be wrong.:whistling:

Try it.

Or you could go ]HERE

rizla01;8155914

I think the code is 'INSTORE' but I may be wrong.:whistling:Try it.Or you … I think the code is 'INSTORE' but I may be wrong.:whistling:Try it.Or you could go ]HERE



Or perhaps it's only available 'Instore'

Bought some a while back and they were ok. But recently they are rubbish. Bristles come out at every stroke. Go to your 99p store for better cheap brushes!:thumbsup:

valley_hotdeal12;8156001

Or perhaps it's only available 'Instore'


WOW!! Well F'*k me sideways - I never thought of that. Thanks.
Dur!

these have there uses. We use them at work to put roof sealant and other tar/bitumen based stuff on chuck them after. saves wasting good brushes. However this are awful for gloss etc

Banned

valley_hotdeal12;8156001

Or perhaps it's only available 'Instore'



dim-wit
thats what he was saying

Original Poster

crazeylimey;8155733

Says £15.97 on link,are we missing a code? or am i being thick!! (don't … Says £15.97 on link,are we missing a code? or am i being thick!! (don't answer that)



In store price only I am afraid, seen these in my local store, they are on a clearance price

Costco do a set of 15 quality Harris brushes for about £10, if you want good, cheap brushes.

rizla01;8156326

WOW!! Well F'*k me sideways - I never thought of that. Thanks.Dur!



Shame the others didn't tw**
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