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Old 12-31-2011, 01:43 PM   #1
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I get a daily email from bradsdeals.com, you need to check out this website. They have some really great deals on EVERYTHING.


Anyways, this was one the things featured today.

75% off BEHR Paintbrushes and Rollers

Save 75% off BEHR paintbrushes and rollers at Home Depot. Shipping starts at $6, but on orders of $45 shipping is free. This Professional Series Polyester Angle 2.5 In. Paint Brush drops from $10.97 to $2.74. These Microfiber 3/16 In. Nap Length Paint Roller Covers drop from $9.97 to $2.49 and this Nylon/Polyester Angle Sash 2.5 In. Paint Brush drops from $12.97 to $3.24. Sales tax is charged in most states.

I have no idea as to the quality of these brushes but I imagine a couple of you do use them. Go ahead and let us know.

At 2 -3 bucks, I know there good for something.


If you don't care to check out bradsdeals.com and just want to see the specials at home depot then just, click here
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I bought these brushes last year when they had this sale.

Here is my review on em

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Professional Series Nylon Angle Sash 2.5 In. Paint Brush - these are the yellow hair ones - If they were free I would doubt you would use them. Maybe for brushing block sealer or something.

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Professional Series Nylon/Polyester Angle Sash 2.5 In. Paint Brush - These are the brown hair ones - A little soft for me, not bad I guess, nothing special.

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Professional Series Polyester Angle 2.5 In. Paint Brush - These are the blue hair ones, they hold a chit load of paint, good for painting small siding, stucco and stuff like this. The one issue I had is when I went to clean em, they would fall apart. specially if you used a wire brush. The sink would have a billion hairs in it. Not all of em did this but allot. Still worth it in my opinion.

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Professional Series Polyester Angle Sash 2 In. Paint Brush - These are the same as above but just the 2 in. These are great brushes, great for painting base, sash and stuff like that. They hold their shape really nice and you can cut some pretty clean lines with these. Well worth the $2.37 price. I just bought 24 of em. These do not fall apart when cleaning them.

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