- Two-sided tool improves paint brush cleaning
- Non-rusting brass bristles remove heavy paint build-up
- Stainless steel comb with 12 pins reshapes paint brush for storage
- Durable polypropylene handle
- Overall length of 8-1/4"
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- Sturdy Plastic Handle
- Two Types Of Combs In One
- Flimsy Brass Bristles
- Occasional Use
Comments about Wooster Painter's Comb (1831):
A brush comb to keep the bristles of a paint brush aligned is very useful after washing out the brush. How to remove the chunks of dried paint high up on the bristle? I have seen a professional painter use a wire brush like a brush comb to remove most of these large pieces of dried paint, so the combination of a regular-toothed brush comb plus a wire brush on the same tool seemed like the perfect combination. And it is, with one large drawback: the brass bristles are not strong enough, and they very quickly bend out of place, gradually lessening the effectiveness of this side of the tool. For the occasional painter, this is not a serious problem; it will deteriorate over time like any other brass brush. But for someone who paints and cleans brushes on a regular basis, it would be better to get a separate brush comb and wire brush.