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Camlin Artist Brush

Individual brush, Flat - Series 69

₹110

Flat - Series 69

Flat - Series 69

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First introduced in 2019

An innovatively designed flat brushes with carefully selected, man-made filaments for great performance and colour hold.

Features

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Machine made, great quality soft hair to protect wildlife

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Flat shape for strokes and coverage

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Non-corrosive chromed brass ferrule for long life

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Ergonomic gourd-shaped wooden handle for low fatigue and good grip

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High-quality filaments of different diameters for greater colour hold

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Suitable for all painting mediums Kokuyo Camlin Website Kokuyo Camlin Website For oil painting, experiment by putting the brush in turpentine for 2-3 days.

Product Code - 2077403

Pro Tips from Artists

Do not allow colour to dry on the brush. Always clean with water immediately after use.

Avoid scrubbing and dab the bristles thoroughly on a dry cloth after cleaning with soap water.

Do not leave the brush submerged in colour or water for a long time. This may damage the bristles.

Store in a clean jar with the bristles facing upward.

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