"Very little hair loss (which surprised me), I've spent 5 times the price in the past for brushes that have performed worse. Quite coarse hair, but for priming, undercoating, anything not requiring pristine finish, then these are perfect, and at 69p each, a steal."
"I started buying these to cut-in emulsion when painting walls. They were superb, holds good amount of paint and always washes out well for reuse. Since been using with one-coat oil-based gloss (not worth cleaning) and last a week if wrapped in plastic film so still getting multiple uses per brush. Minimal bristle loss (unlike disposable brushes) and give excellent finish. Great value."
"I must be getting lazy because I HATE cleaning brushes so I buy these, use them once, and then throw them away! Not the greatest quality bristle so, if I am after a top quality finish, then I use something better but for 65p what do you expect?"
"A great value paint brush. Only needed for odd jobs around the house but what a brilliant little brush and an even better price. Did the job - matt emulsion and gloss - and cleaned up superbly afterwards. Not suitable for a professional I'm sure but perfect for a weekend painter like me. Very highly recommended."
"Nice soft brush plenty of bristles can load well with paint, a few bristles come out first time used but most brushed do that. Gave my job a nice finish and at the price you can,t go wrong especially if you forget to clean brush and end up throwing it away"
"I was in the queue to buy something else and saw that Bristle Paintbrush on the shelf. It was cheap so i bought it. I must say it did the job..I was going to buy another one much more expensive..but this one did the job.. I would recommend."
"These brushes are fine for small jobs but after a while they tend to lose hairs. The hairs are quite thick and coarse so they do not give the best finish. However they are very cheap and if you don't need to use them for finishing touches they are acceptable."