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Varnish Brushes 3 years 8 months ago #121015

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I do a LOT of varnishing and have tried just about every brush out there, including those super-expensive ones. My absolute best results have been with Captain's varnish and Wooster Pro nylon/polyester brushes. Naturally, they're just as good with marine paint. They can be bought in lots of three on Ebay at about 60% of what it will cost you in a retail store.
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