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Wooden Handle Wire Brush

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A wire brush is a tool consisting of a brush whose bristles are made of wire, most often steel wire. The steel used is generally a medium- to high-carbon variety and very hard and springy. Other wire brushes feature bristles made from brass or stainless steel, depending on application. Wires in a wire brush can be held together by epoxy, staples, or other binding. Wire brushes usually either have a handle of wood or plastic (for handheld use) or are formed into a wheel for use on angle grinders, bench grinders, pistol-grip drill motors, or other power tools.

Product Description
Wooden Handle Steel Wire Brush for cleaning

Detailed Images
Wood Handle Steel Wire Brush Part
Name: 102 wooden handle Galvanized wire brush
Size: 102
Galvanized wire.

Handle Part
Name: 102 wooden handle Galvanized wire brush
Brand: sanjian
Original: China(mainland)
Wood Handle Steel Wire Brush's handle is made of wood ,like beech, maple, aspen,and so on.

Production and Equipment

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1:Do you have your own factory?
We have our own factory. SANJIAN TOOLS for wire brush and SANJIAN BRUSH for paint brush and paint roller brush, and MAXMAN INDUSTRIAL AND TRADE company.
2:Can we visit your factory?
Yes, the nearest air port is YIWU AIRPORT, then SHANGHAI air port or NINGBO airport. It will take 30 minutes from YIWU airport to our factory by car, 4 hours from shanghai airport to our factory, if by D train, it will take two and half hours.
3:Do you have your own brand? Or OEM is available?
We have our own brand “SANJIAN” and “ MAXMAN”,  we can also provide with OEM
4:How about samples?
We can prepare free samples, except some special samples. New customers are expected to pay for the post fee only.
5:How about the quality control?
Skill workers and complete quality control department in each process.
6:How about the payment term?
T/T or L/C
Wooden Handle Wire Brush


asked May 9, 2018 in Milos by momu158 (300 points)

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