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I've had the 1" for years and love it, I needed a smaller size so I went with what I know is a quality brush that will last for years.
Rated by: Paulain Western Kansas
Love this brush. I've had one for years, and it is still going strong. I ordered another for back-up while one is drying.
Rated by: Scott C.in Berlin, NY
I currently have about 5 different brands of stencil brushes. The Robert Simmons brush is the one I consistently reach for. They are very durable also.
Rated by: Laura T.in Pine, AZ
these stencil brushes are the best out there. They are firm, and hold up to hours of stenciling with out giving up. These are the only stencil brushes I will ever buy, they are the best.
Rated by: Jo Beth H.in Nottingham, MD
This stencil brush is of the highest quality. I have one for the chalking that I do; and another one for use with the acrylic paints. With both, it gives good coverage. I would buy this product again.
Rated by: rebecca m.in Key West, FL
I love these brushes. The stippling technique I use in my Faux Painting is very hard on bushes and these hold up to it and are a pleasure to use.
Rated by: Harry S.in Ossining, NY
The Robert Simmons series of stencil brush are the only ones we've found that keep their shape through projects that require continuous pouncing. The result is "what you wanted" as opposed to areas of too much and too little pigment.
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