Paint cleaning

Cleaning of surfaces with paint is similar as those with rust. It is wise to choose the most appropriate brush depending on the shape of the surface to brush, the material it is made of, and the finishing we want to get.

There are many types of paint n the marketplace, some very hard and others much softer.

If you need a higher removal capacity, instead of higher pressure on the brush, we suggest the following:

  • Use a more aggressive brush, a brush with a thicker wire, with less trim length or twist knot wire instead crimped wire.
  • Increase the brushing speed with a model who can work faster or with a bigger diameter, in the case of the wheel brushes.

Important

In order not to contaminate stainless steel surfaces, they are brush off with stainless steel wire brushes.
In those applications where fire is dangerous and so sparking is forbidden, the use of brass as anti-sparking wire is highly recommended.

More suitable products for this application

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Mod. CAM Knot of 10 mm (3/8")
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Mod. TA
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Mod. TCA High Performance Range
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Mod. CCA High Performance
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Mod.CCO Light Removal Brushing
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Mod. BDER Shank of 6 mm (1/4mm)
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Mod. BTE 1/4" Shank
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Mod. BCC with Shank of 6 mm
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Mod. CAE with Shank of 6 mm (1/4")
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Mod. BDOR Arbor hole of 13mm
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Mod. MS Wooden Handle
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Mod. DL With Threaded Nut or Arbor Hole of 22 mm (7/8")
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Mod. AL With 6 mm Shank
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Mod. CCT Heavy Removal Brushing
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Crimped / Knotted
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Mod. CU Face Width of 11 mm (7/16")
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Mod. CU Face Width of 13 mm (1/2")
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Mod. CAM Knot of 10 y 12 mm (3/8" y 1/2)
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Mod. MFG Wooden Handle
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Mod. MF Wooden Handle
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Mod.VIP Plastic Handle
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Mod. CT With Threaded Nut

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