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Harris No Loss Brush 3 Pack now £2.99 @ sainsburys
Harris No Loss Brush 3 Pack now £2.99 @ sainsburys

Harris No Loss Brush 3 Pack now £2.99 @ sainsburys

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Nothing is more frustrating than surveying your painting job, only to find a stray bristle from the brush is imbedded in the otherwise smooth finish. These Harris brushes ensure that won't be a problem, with a lifetime guarantee against bristle loss.

The man-made bristles apply a smooth, even coverage, and this pack includes three brushes of different widths and thicknesses to ensure you have the right brush for all jobs - from wide expanses of wall to tricky windowsills and skirting boards.

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I have used these for a while and they are pretty good for the money.

I thought Harris was a quality brand but do they have the same quality that thier name used to have? Are they one of those companies that rely on the name now as opposed to the quality.

you can get 15 (or maybe 20 forget which) of these brushes of varying sizes in costco - pretty sure i paid less than £9
Edited by: "royals" 6th Feb 2011

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I thought Harris was a quality brand but do they have the same quality … I thought Harris was a quality brand but do they have the same quality that thier name used to have? Are they one of those companies that rely on the name now as opposed to the quality.



You can get better quality Harris brushes than these however they cost more. I've used Harris Gold brushes and i found them to be quite good.

Thanks for this info. I've ordered a couple of packs. Just the job for the exterior painting when the weather warms up.....

I don't like these. As a painter and decorator I find them way too plasticky! Funny cos I remember when these were first being made and our Decorating college had a trip to Harris brushes and we saw these going by on the conveyor belt!
Harris do do some great brushes!

I live in the same town as the Harris factory, (Bromsgrove) and i always USED to use Harris brushes but now most of them are made elsewhere, such as China and India i buy other branded paint brushes.
However, Harris make brushes for a lot of other companies now so i am probably still lining the directors pockets. LOL

This is a great price. I swear by these brushes. They'll take some abuse before you chuck them out. Mine have been cleaned time after time and are still going strong. On the other hand some other brushes have given up at the handle, lost bristles, go bushy. Yuck.
Buy these. Even if you don't need them now, you'll be glad you bought them by next bank holiday weekend.

ordered, thanks

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Not for me they are not
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