Arroworthy Badger Varnish Brushes, 1045 Series
ArroWorthy 1045 Series Badger Varnish Brushes are handcrafted white China bristle brushes ideal for use with varnishes, oil-based paints, enamels, urethanes and stains.
This Badger style brush is ideal for topside finishes and varnishes where glass-like finish is desired. Recommended for both exterior and interior uses.
Features comfortable lacquered round peg handle and premium white China bristles, corrosion-resistant steel ferrule, solvent resistant epoxy setting for maximum strength. Chisel shape for better brush-out and cutting-in and fine tipping for better paint pick-up and smooth paint release.
Several sizes available. Sold 1 brush per package.
Features and Benefits:
- Handcrafted Badger style white China bristle brush
- For use with varnishes, oil-based paints, enamels, urethanes and stains
- Ideal for topside finishes and varnish where glassy finish is desired
- Recommended for both exterior and interior uses
- Features comfortable lacquered round peg handle
- Corrosion-resistant stainless steel ferrule
- Solvent resistant epoxy setting for maximum strength
- Chisel shape for better brush-out and cutting-in
- Fine tipping for better paint pick-up and smooth paint release
Which Brush is Right for Me?
All brushes are not created equal! Selecting the right brush will help you achieve optimal results and the best finish. Use the following guide to help pick the best brush for your application.
- Natural Bristle – designed for oil-based paints, stains, and varnishes. Not to be used with water-based coatings as bristles will go limp.
- Synthetic Bristle – may be used for all types of paints but particularly designed for water-based coatings.
- Badger & Ox Hair Bristle – Softest natural bristles, best for creating smoothest finishes.
- White China Bristle – Best for oil-based paint, stains, varnish, urethanes, shellac and lacquer. Yields smoother finish than black China.
- Black China Bristle – For oil-based paint, stains, and varnish. Stiffer bristles than white China requires more strokes but least expensive