ASDA: Harris No-Loss Paint Brush Set 10 piece just £2.50!
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ASDA: Harris No-Loss Paint Brush Set 10 piece just £2.50!

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Found 5th Jun 2012
In my local Asda today and looking for some cheap brushes. Was away to buy Asda's own when saw this huge set for just £2.50! Reduced from £5 and I see it was posted at this price a while ago.

They had 4 sets left at my Asda (Leith, Edinburgh), with a white typed label so assumedly national. Picture is obviously a stock image, I have a photo of the receipt if anyone really wants proof...!

24 Comments

superb if you can find some , use and throw brushes at that price

great price i just bought a six pack (no jokes) from B&Q and they were around £5

knew thwy would come down in price.just bought 2 packs even cheaper than the cheaper ones

These are really good brushes.

No such thing as no-loss brush, all brushes are liable to shed the odd bristle.

these are great brushes for glossing up i use to get them costco and they really dont lose no bristle and dont prout out

Bargain! Bought 2 packs when they were reduced to £5, been using them today and they are suberb.

nice find will keep a look out for them

I've got 3 bald Harris brushes that beg to differ but good price:) heat

Brilliant brushes but just a word of warning.I have used harris brushes for most of my painting but went to wash one i used with emulsion and all the hairs started coming out.Thopught nothing of it at fisrt but was just left with the outer hairs.May be why they are so cheap at the moment as they MAY have some bad ones but tbh at £2.50 a pack you could easily just throw them away.They were fine when painting,only happened when cleaning.Hot from me.

Only £2.00 in the soutampton city centre branch

Heat added.

They really are not a patch on Hamiltons though, the people calling them superb would go orgasmic if they painted with a professional brush.

Yeah these are way too stiff for everyday use (plus for everyday use I'd recomend much bigger brushes) I actually visited the factory when these were first being made about 20 years ago!

Had my Harris brushes for years and I bought some great brushes from PoundLand ages ago.

Jonbhoy

Brilliant brushes but just a word of warning.I have used harris brushes … Brilliant brushes but just a word of warning.I have used harris brushes for most of my painting but went to wash one i used with emulsion and all the hairs started coming out.Thopught nothing of it at fisrt but was just left with the outer hairs.May be why they are so cheap at the moment as they MAY have some bad ones but tbh at £2.50 a pack you could easily just throw them away.They were fine when painting,only happened when cleaning.Hot from me.


Hot from you, You mean you cleaned the brushes with hot water? Thats why the bristles fell out!!

I need to get some!....hope they are that price when i go on Saturday!

SouthParkFan

No such thing as no-loss brush, all brushes are liable to shed the odd … No such thing as no-loss brush, all brushes are liable to shed the odd bristle.



ive used alot of these and never had one shed a bristle and they are good - id never buy cheap brushes unless its for something im so bothered about like our allotment sheds

shifty84

these are great brushes for glossing up i use to get them costco and they … these are great brushes for glossing up i use to get them costco and they really dont lose no bristle and dont prout out



yeh costco are cheap - paid £8.74 late last year for 15 - same as this offer but 5 larger ones too


This is £5 yesterday and today in Slough store.

anthonytina

This is £5 yesterday and today in Slough store.


These were!

must be store specific as defo £5 in Slough today as of 11am

frems

superb if you can find some , use and throw brushes at that price



Or use, clean and use them again to save even more money and the enviroment.

Read the title quickly and thought it said "ASDA - No hair loss brush" oO

SouthParkFan

No such thing as no-loss brush, all brushes are liable to shed the odd … No such thing as no-loss brush, all brushes are liable to shed the odd bristle.



I have used my harris 3 inches cutting brush for 12 years and it never lost a single bristle.
Paid 9 pounds for it at the time, but very very good value for money.
Off to Asda now!
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