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9/18/2017

Flapbrush Designed for Blending Finishes on Variety of Metals

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Divine Brothers Co. will highlight its Satinmaster Interleaf flap brush and its buffing drum, which feature 5/8" × 11" inserts that can be used in any machine that can run a 5/8" × 11" arbor.

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Divine Brothers Co. will highlight its Satinmaster Interleaf flap brush and its buffing drum, which feature 5/8" × 11" inserts that can be used in any machine that can run a 5/8" × 11" arbor. Able to work on a hand tool, the flap brush is designed to blend finishes on virtually any metal surface. The buffing drum can work metal to a mirror finish. It also is available in a sisal combination to help users cut down metals prior to buffing them.

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