bristle brush

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Noun1.bristle brush - a brush that is made with the short stiff hairs of an animal or plantbristle brush - a brush that is made with the short stiff hairs of an animal or plant
brush - an implement that has hairs or bristles firmly set into a handle
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When using solvent-based paints use a pure bristle brush which will give you a perfect finish.
Shirley Routh AAPPLY an emulsifying degreaser solution to the oil stain and agitate it with a stiff bristle brush. Leave for a while, then rinse with clean water.
Just wash it down every couple of months with warm soapy water and a stiff bristle brush - you'll be fine.
* To clean vinyl siding, use a soft cloth or ordinary long-handled, soft bristle brush. For textured surfaces, use only a soft bristle brush to keep the grooves in the texture stain-free.
Note on equipment: If the dog is sensitive to being brushed, I like to start with a soft bristle brush meant for short-haired dogs.
The white salts have to be left to evaporate and, when the stone dries, brush the salts off with a stiff bristle brush. I would not recommend sealing the paving/blockwork as it can be disappointing and you need to maintain the sealer every few years because it can look patchy as areas which get more traffic will wear off.
Both are water repellant and outlast the lifespan of a bristle brush.
A stiff bristle brush is used for leaves, a small brush with shorter soft bristles for the ceiling and longer flexible fibres for the floor.
Nicky Clarke Frizz Control Hot Air Styler, PS24.14, Argos ( Containing a large thermal brush, small bristle brush, straightener and a nozzle, this styler allows you to create a variety of different styles with minimum frizz.
A bristle brush is the absolute best tool for smoothing hair, and finding one that has natural bristles (or synthetic ones that mimic them) is key for healthy, shiny locks.
Scotch-Brite deburring wheels and Scotch-Brite radial bristle brush create an ideal deburr with a rounded edge as there is no secondary burr created by the process, the corners are rounded, there are no geometric changes and it keeps the tolerance.