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Camlin Synthetic Gold Brushes

Assorted pack of 4 brushes, Round - Series 66

₹100

4 brushes

4 brushes

7 brushes

Round - Series 66

Round - Series 66 & Flat - Series 67

Flat - Series 67

Round - Series 66

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First introduced in 2005

A set of round brushes with a short handle and soft hair for young artists with a creative bend.

Included in this pack

Brush no.s 0, 2, 4, 6

Features

01

Machine made, great quality soft hair to protect wildlife

02

Round shape for strokes and details

03

Sturdy gold-plated ferrule for long life

04

Perfectly balanced and polished wooden handles

05

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

Product Code - 2066762

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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