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307 Small Dauber Brush curved

Formwooden body, curved
Size130 x 25 x 11 mm
VarnishingH01 not varnished
H02 clearly varnished
H03 brown varnished
H04 black varnished
Bristles#30717 synth. bristles ivory
#30718 synth. bristles black
#30720 pure bristles white
#30721 pure bristles black
#30730 horsehair silver/grey
#30731 horsehair black
#30732 horsehair brown/mixed
MOQ1,000 pieces
Priceson demand

Instruction for use
First, the cream brush is moistened with shoe polish. Then the brush is applied to the shoe with circular movements, thereby massaging the polish into the leather. The shoe polish is applied thinly and uniformly to the leather. Because of the flexibility of the bristles, the brush introduces the polish into all seams, grooves and ornaments. After having applied the polish, it is left for a few minutes to penetrate and to dry, after which the shoe is polished with the polishing brush.

Advantages of dauber brushes with synthetic bristles
Brushes with synthetic bristles are more economically priced due to the more inexpensive material and manufacturing costs. In addition, the synthetic bristles last longer, and the brushes don’t "lose their hair".

Advantages of dauber brushes with horsehair
Dauber brushes with horsehair absorb the shoe cream and then give it off again to the leather. Due to its natural characteristics, the hair has a rough surface, which creates heat by circular movements. This makes the shoe polish more liquid and it can penetrate into the leather pores better. Due to its elasticity the horsehair takes on its original form again without sprinkling. In addition, the horsehair stands out due to its elegant appearance.

Advantages of dauber brushes with natural bristles
The natural bristles, which consist of pig bristles, absorb - similar to horsehair – shoe cream and then give it off again to the leather. The shoe cream can penetrate into the leather pores well, but sprinkle a little bit because of the stiffness of the bristles.

Suitable for: Smooth leather.