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2/12/2018

Flexible Flap Brushes Boost Part’s True Surface Area

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Satinmaster flap brushes from Divine Brothers can be mounted with any 5/8 × 11 shaft and are designed to easily conform to parts of various shapes.

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Satinmaster flap brushes from Divine Brothers can be mounted with any 5/8 × 11 shaft and are designed to easily conform to parts of various shapes. The flexible, waterproof, non-loading brushes provide a consistent finish, generating a micro-scratched surface that increases the part’s true surface area, the company says.

 

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