Solo Horton Offers Extended Line of Artist Paint Brushes

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Leading provider of industrial brushes offers one of the most extensive in-stock inventories of artist brushes featuring camel hair, synthetic bristle and red sable.

Solo Horton Brushes, a leading supplier of industrial brushes since 1920, recently extended its line of artist paint brushes. These versatile brushes serve the broad needs of various sized industries for touch-up, precision glue application, and fine lettering.

“Today’s artist brushes are made to serve a growing and diverse market in production settings including ceramics, electronics, and even dental work,” said L. J. Skeie, President of Solo Horton Brushes. “Our 2115 series camel hair brush, 4905 fine red sable watercolor series brush, and 7764 flat camel hair lacquering brush are most popular and represent inexpensive solutions to a wide variety of glue, paint or any other liquid application jobs.”

The complete line of artist paint brushes include camel hair brushes, ox hair brushes, synthetic bristle brushes, and red sable brushes, as well as sign painting and lettering brushes. Stencil and stippling brush styles include economical glue brushes, fine white bristle brushes, and commercial marking brushes of all sizes and brush lengths. Every artist brush delivers exceptional value and is fully backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

All Solo Horton artist brushes are in-stock and available for same-day shipping. 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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