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Dulux launches ‘Perfect Painting’ paint brushes

New brushes from Dulux promise easier painting

Dulux paint brush set

Dulux has launched a new range of paint brushes designed to help make painting quicker and more convenient.

Each brush features a paint tin opener on the end, a soft grip handle and split-end bristles which Dulux says help deliver a finish which is free of brush marks.

Each paint brush also has a put-down rest, which allows the brushes to be laid flat without picking up dirt.

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Dulux paint brushes

The new Dulux paint brushes come in two ranges – Dulux Perfect Finish and Dulux Perfect Edges.

Dulux Perfect Edges paint brushes come in four sizes and feature triangular brush heads to give more control when painting corners and edges. 

Dulux Perfect Finish paint brushes are for general painting and come in five different sizes, from a half-inch brush for small sections to a 3 inch brush for larger areas.

Other painting accessories from Dulux currently available include the Dulux PaintPod and Dulux PaintPod Compact – power-assisted paint roller systems. You can find full details and our initial impressions of the device in our Dulux PaintPod first look review.

Dulux paint brush prices

Dulux Perfect Painting accessories are available from B&Q now, and from other DIY retailers from October 2010. Prices start at around £3.69.

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