No Nonsense Paintbrush Set Reviews
Product Type: No Nonsense in Homeware
Newest Review: ... packet they are dead straight and through general use, it's not easy to bend them. I have only had a couple fall out since I ... more
Customer No Nonsense Paintbrush Set Reviews (3)
by - written on 19/03/13 (Very useful, 24 readings)
For any DIY spree you need a good set of brushes, a roller, some common sense and a backup plan if it all goes hideously wrong. I only have the first two. These brushes are of excellent quality and cost around £5 (£5.49 at screwfix, but are cheaper on eBay, even the brand new ones) so they're excellent value for money as well. The build quality is impeccable compared to the B&Q or Home base ones. The bristles feel like bristles and not like thin straw, they don't fall out or snap easily or get any deformities. Out of the packet they are dead straight and through general use, it's not easy to bend them. I have only had a couple fall out since I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/08/11, updated on 20/08/11 (Very useful, 59 readings)
No Nonsense Paintbrush Set ################## I hardly lost any bristles from these brushes to my surprise as they were fairly cheap. You don't have to spend huge amounts of money, however, in the long term the more expensive brushes will still be going strong after years (as long as they are cleaned out properly after each use) . As I keep mine for my work, it does get costly after a while to keep buying brushes and throwing them away after a few uses. But saying this, these brushes seem to be lasting quite a long time. I have had them now for a few months. I use a couple of them on and off for around 8 hours a week for staining and oil based ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/10 (Very useful, 109 readings)
I have no idea who manufactures the No Nonsense brand but who ever they are, they seem to have hit on quite a successful formula. Their product mantra appears to be very simple; a relatively small range of, popular and straightforward basic trade / DIY products, which come with no frills, are of a decent quality and which do exactly what they say they do. I seem to find that the range is mainly stocked by Screwfix, but have also seen some parts of the range for sale at B and Q as well. No nonsense five piece paint brush set. A straightforward clear plastic package containing five Synthetic bristle paintbrushes for £2.40. The brush sizes are; ... Read the complete review
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