Haydn Trade Blazer 50mm Flat Brush

Haydn Trade Blazer Standard Paint Brush - An Economical Tradesman Brush

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Haydn Trade Blazer Flat Paint Brush

I was given a few samples of the Haydn Trade Blazer brushes to test and trial. Based on the price I had very low expectations and did not think they would make it onto the Millin website - they are here which says they are much better than their price would indicate. Ideal as a production brush, I used them on weatherboards and fascia with semi gloss, they held enough paint, kept their shape and laid off nicely, only downside was they did lose a few stray bristles in the first half hour or so. - Matt

The Haydn Trade Blazer Flat paint brush uses carefully selected solid round tapered synthetic filament with fine tips to allow better paint pickup, better coverage, a smooth finish, wear resistance and easy cleaning.

It features a durable stainless steel ferrule and unpainted timber handle.

Suitable for exterior and interior use in small to medium areas i.e cutting in around windows, frames, cupboards, drawers and doors.

Can be used with all paint types.

These economical brushes have been designed with the trade painter in mind and with a variety of sizes and types on offer they suit every application.

Features:

Flat stainless steel ferrule.

Durable easy to clean solid round tapered synthetic filament with fine tips.

Unpainted timber handle.

Excellent pick-up of all paint types.

Available in 25, 38, 50, 63, 75 and 88mm.

All Prices Include GST

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  • 5
    Great value for money

    Posted by Matt on 13th Jun 2019

    I was given a few samples of the Haydn Trade Blazer brushes to test and trial. Based on the price I had very low expectations and did not think they would make it onto the Millin website - they are here which says they are much better than their price would indicate. Ideal as a production brush, I used them on weatherboards and fascia with semi gloss, they held enough paint, kept their shape and laid off nicely, only downside was they did lose a few stray bristles in the first half hour or so. - Matt