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Paint Brush Sets

For those wanting to buy brushes in bulk, this collection of brush sets gives you the ability to buy multiple brushes for a discounted price and all distributed as one unit. Whether it be synthetic or natural bristles, long or short, you will be able to track down the exact selection of brushes you’re after.
8 Items
  1. Rodo Windsor 6 Piece Professional Paint Brush Set

    Rodo Windsor 6 Piece Professional Paint Brush Set

    From:£26.95(inc VAT)
  2. Rodo 5 Piece Craftsman Paint Brush Set

    Rodo 5 Piece Craftsman Paint Brush Set

    From:£27.95(inc VAT)
  3. Hamilton Perfection Paint Brush Box Set (4 piece)

    Hamilton Perfection Paint Brush Box Set (4 piece)

    From:£39.95(inc VAT)
  4. Maxim Professional Plus Brush Kit

    Maxim Professional Plus Brush Kit

    From:£11.95(inc VAT)
  5. Rodo 12pc Prodec Painters Dozen Brush Set

    Rodo 12pc Prodec Painters Dozen Brush Set

    From:£13.95(inc VAT)
  6. Maxim Diamond (5) Piece Brush Set

    Maxim Diamond (5) Piece Brush Set

    From:£13.95(inc VAT)
  7. Purdy Monarch Elite & Pro Extra (5) Piece Set (ME3PEDUO)

    Purdy Monarch Elite & Pro Extra (5) Piece Set (ME3PEDUO)

    From:£49.49(inc VAT)
  8. OLFA Axus (4) Piece Pro-Paint Brush Set

    OLFA Axus (4) Piece Pro-Paint Brush Set

    From:£20.95(inc VAT)
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Frequently asked questions about paint brush sets

  1. What are the best paint brushes for decorating?

    The answer to this question really depends on what you are decorating and the kind of paint you are using! But for a traditional decorating job (4 walls and a ceiling) you’re best off using a combination of a paint brush and a paint roller.

    Paint brushes give you the control and dexterity needed to apply a smooth finish to tricky corners and edges, while a paint roller will achieve the same job in the middle of your walls but will save you a lot of time and effort by covering the surface areas faster.

    If you are painting with oil based paints you’ll want to choose a natural bristle brush, whereas if you are working with water based paints then a synthetic brush will be more suitable.