Solo Horton Announces Expanded Offering of Twisted in Wire Brushes

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Leading industrial brush provider offers expanded line of twisted in wire brushes.

Solo Horton Brushes, a leading supplier of industrial brushes since 1920, today announced its expanded offering of twisted in wire brushes. These manually operated twisted in wire brushes come in a variety of diameters and can be used for many types of cleaning jobs.

For over 90 years, Solo Horton has raised the bar for industrial, maintenance and production brushes. “Solo Horton offers a full selection of manual operation bottle brushes in a variety of materials,” said L.J. Skeie, President of Solo Horton Brushes. “We offer a line of twisted in wire brushes made of black bristle, making them perfect for cleaning jobs where less abrasive action is required. We also offer a line of twisted in wire brushes filled with steel or stainless steel bristle which can be used for many cleaning operations such as descaling or deburring. Our expanded offering of twisted in wire brushes ensures that Solo Horton has the perfect brush size for any cleaning job.”

Twisted in wire brushes are typically used by electronic manufacturers, scientists and product designers, but can benefit a variety of industries. Twisted in wire brushes can be used in cleaning the interior surfaces of all tubes, internal threads or drilled holes.

All Solo Horton twisted in wire 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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