Re: bromoil/oil brushes
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This is a very heated topic in the Bromoil community. Most of us use very inexpensive brushes for bromoiling - my favorite is the large basting brush from Williams and Sonoma (kitchen store, also on the web) that I purchased for around $6.00. Many also use shaving brushes and quite a few brushes can be found at home improvement supply stores (Lowes, Home Depot).
"Gordon J. Holtslander" <email@example.com> wrote:
Since we're talking bromoil ...
I am wondering where people get good quality bromoil /oil brushes.
I'm aware of David Lewis, Bostick & Sullivan and Silverprint as sources.
Does anyone know of other sources?
Gordon J. Holtslander Dept. of Biology
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