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Lassco Wizer 2" Padding Brush
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Lassco Wizer 2" Padding Brush

Lassco Wizer 2" Padding Brush

Lassco Wizer 2" Padding Brush

Part #: W178
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The handle of this padding brush is made of durable wooden. It is 2" in width and the Part Number is W178.

Product Details

  • Type: Brush
  • Size: 2"
  • Handle is made of durable wooden
  • Part Number: W178

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Transcript: This is the Lassco Wizer 2 Inch Padding Brush!

Yep, you guest it, it’s a cheap paint brush, but it’s perfect for using with padding compound (which is a fancy word for glue)!

For best use, first dampen the brush—just a little. Now, paint the side of your stack in the padding press—starting in the center with strokes to the edges. Make sure to not paint any other side than the one facing out. When done, close the glue lid tightly and wash your brush off with water. Never pull on the bristles or push the glue toward the handle. Sometimes I even brush strokes in the sink while the w...
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This is the Lassco Wizer 2 Inch Padding Brush!

Yep, you guest it, it’s a cheap paint brush, but it’s perfect for using with padding compound (which is a fancy word for glue)!

For best use, first dampen the brush—just a little. Now, paint the side of your stack in the padding press—starting in the center with strokes to the edges. Make sure to not paint any other side than the one facing out. When done, close the glue lid tightly and wash your brush off with water. Never pull on the bristles or push the glue toward the handle. Sometimes I even brush strokes in the sink while the water is running. You can also use a little bit of basic soap.

When you project dries and you separate the pads, now you have some wonderful notepads, you created yourself!
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