Fit For The Job Shed & Fence Block Paint Brush

£3.95

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Description

The fence paint brush is used to coat fences with varnish or primer at ease, as well as paint the fence walls or posts. Polyester bristles provide improved painting and long-lasting performance.

High capacity block brush which covers large areas with minimum effort.
Features:
  • Reduced risk of breakage
  • Soft grip handle for added comfort.
  • Long lasting
  • 100% synthetic filaments
  • Ideal for most wood and timber treatments

Push fitting for extension poles and great for use on smooth and semi-smooth surfaces.

About this Shed and Fence Paint Brush:

  • This shed and fence brush is designed for efficiency, featuring a high-capacity block head that holds ample wood stain, timber treatment, or garden paint for quick and easy application. Also known as a fence painting brush, decking paint brush, or decking stain brush, it ensures your painting tasks are completed swiftly with minimal effort.
  • The block paint brush is equipped with 100% synthetic filaments, providing super smooth paint delivery with each stroke. This guarantees excellent coverage, reducing the number of coats needed.
  • Ideal for use as a garden fence brush, creocote brush, shed paint brush, deck stain brush, or decking oil brush, this exterior paint brush works well on both smooth planed and rough sawn timber. It’s also suitable as a bitumen brush or tar brush for waterproofing shed roofs.
  • The handle features a soft grip for added comfort, reducing hand fatigue and preventing blisters. It is carefully shaped to fit comfortably in your hand, whether you use a palm grip or a closed fist grip. The ribbed thumb area provides extra grip, preventing the brush from slipping.
  • The synthetic filaments are easy to clean with warm water and retain their shape after each use, ensuring the brush lasts through many painting jobs.

 

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FAQ's

How do you paint a garden fence with a brush?

When using a fence paint brush on a wooden fence, you should brush the paint in the direction of the wood grain for a smoother finish. Make sure you start from the top of the fence, and slowly work your way down so that you catch any drips to avoid wasting any paint. If you’ve got a large flat area, a paint roller will help you get the job done quickly.

How long does it take to paint a fence with a brush?

It can typically take 15 to 30 minutes per panel when using a fence brush, depending on how big the panel is and how precise you are. This is the slowest method of painting however it is the most accurate as you have more control, which means that you are less likely to miss any edges.

How to varnish a fence with a brush?

To varnish a fence you should dip the fence brush in a can of Woodstain, and cover any slats in the fence. to varnish the rest of the fence you should work from top to bottom to avoid any drips, keeping the tip of the fence brush wet at all times. After waiting for the first coat to dry, it is best to brush the fence again for a second coat.

Is it better to use a brush or a roller to paint a fence?

We recommend that you use a fence paint brush to paint or varnish any edges on the fence, as it gives you a lot more control. However for large flat surfaces it may be a better idea to use a roller to save you some more time and use less paint. No matter which fence you are painting you will need a fence paint brush, so if you had to choose one that would be our choice.