Solo Horton Expands Inventory of Glue Brushes

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Leading industrial brush provider offers expanded inventory of brushes with firm bristles to move heavy materials such as glue and epoxy in a variety of applications.

Solo Horton Brushes has been supplying brushes for a wide range of applications – including industrial machinery, cleaning, home painting, dusting, and many more – since 1920. Today the company has announced an expansion of its inventory of top-quality glue brushes. These brushes have shorter, stiffer bristles perfect for moving thick materials like epoxy and glue across a variety of surfaces.

“We are proud to offer one of the largest inventories of glue brushes available. We have glue brushes of many different types and sizes, all ready for immediate shipment,” said L.J.Skeie, President of Solo Horton Brushes. “For over 90 years, Solo Horton has distinguished itself with an extensive inventory, excellent service, and quick turnaround in getting brushes to our customers.”

Brushes are available with wood or tin handles, with brush sizes ranging from small and round for detailed application to 3 inches wide for higher volume work. The bridled glue brushes feature a wire bridle to reinforce and stiffen the bristles. Bulk discounts are available for all brushes, and shipping is free on orders over $100.

All Solo Horton tube brushes are in-stock and available for immediate shipment today. For additional product specifications including quantity discounts and attractive shipping terms, visit:

About Solo Horton Brushes

Solo Horton has set the standard for industrial brushes since 1920. The company offers an extensive inventory of more than 2 million brushes, including tube brushes, acid brushes, artist brushes, chip brushes, wheel brushes, scratch brushes, and more, that blend quality and economy at every price level. All industrial brushes are in-stock and ready for immediate shipment. Volume discounts are available. For more information, visit or call 1-800-969-7656.


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