4 and No More
Posted November 23, 2013
I bought 4 of these brushes, 2 large and 2 small. On all 4 the brush heads came off when applying glue. I tried shimming the brush heads but that didn't work. They slide off the handles with very little effort. All 4 went in the trash. A rather expensive trial. On the flip side. the little tray and spreader work great.
Would have been a 5 except...
Posted August 6, 2013
Would have been a 5 except that one really should not let the glue dry on the bristles. When trying to pull it free, the bristles may come loose. So, I at least place them in water ASAP. Here in AZ it is hot enough in the summer that glue dries quickly and one gets a skin in just a few minutes.
The second time I used this...
Posted July 28, 2013
The second time I used this brush I allowed the wood glue dry on it. Days later when I pulled the dried glue off, a quarter of the bristles came with it.
Brush works great. The only problem...
Posted April 28, 2013
Brush works great. The only problem is now to get the tray you have to get the kit which has another brush with it./p>
I'll pile on...bought 3 of these...
Posted January 31, 2013
I'll pile on...bought 3 of these on sale. Best damn brush out there bar none! Glue spreading is easy...you can set it down without leaving a glue mess. Of course, the best part as most have alluded to is the easy clean up. You can let the glue dry and peel it out or even better, when using the PVAs (white/yellow glue), simply toss it in a cup of water and when you remember, swish it around good and it'll come out clean as a whistle. You don't even need to run the faucet to clean it out. In fact, I have a cup of water sitting in the garage sink almost permanently that I've been tossing these brushes into. I only fill it up a bit as the water evaporates. THESE BRUSHES SAVE ON WATER FOR CLEAN UP...THEY'RE GREAT FOR THE PLANET!