Solo Horton Expands Line of Artist Paint Brushes

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Leading industrial brush supplier now offers one of the largest inventories of artist paint brushes featuring camel hair, red sable and white French bristle.

These commercial grade brushes are utilized by a wide array of industries including schools, electronics, dental, professional arts, and manufacturing -- just to name a few.

Solo Horton Brushes, a leading supplier of industrial brushes since 1920, has expanded its portfolio of artist paint brushes. The company now offers one of the nation's most extensive offerings of artist brushes featuring a variety of sizes, shapes and material to help meet the varying needs of industries of all sizes.

"Today artist brushes are used in a variety of applications from dusting, lettering and lacquering to fine scroll work and line detail," said L.J. Skeie, President of Solo Horton Brushes. "These commercial grade brushes are utilized by a wide array of industries including schools, electronics, dental, professional arts, and manufacturing -- just to name a few."

The expanded line of artist paint brushes includes red sable brushes, camel hair brushes, white French bristle brushes, and sign painting brushes of all types including fine French master quills. Styles include touch up, lacquering, spotting, script, stroke and lettering brushes of all sizes and brush lengths. These artist brushes deliver exceptional value and are backed by a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

About Solo Horton Artist Paint Brushes
Solo Horton has set the standard for industrial brushes since 1920. The brush supplier offers an extensive inventory of more than 1 million brushes, including tube brushes, utility brushes, artist paint brushes, chip brushes, wheel brushes, industrial paint rollers, and more, that blend quality and economy at every price level. All industrial brushes are in-stock and ready for immediate shipment. Quantity discounts are available. For more information, visit solobrushes.com or call 1-800-969-7656.

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