The Restoration Brush

While I was restoring the paint on a very old steam locomotive known as the Mississippi, I needed a wire brush to reach into areas that other brushes couldn’t. I tried a number of variations, then realized that a piece of steel cable, also know as wire rope, would work great.

Since then, I’ve added a crimped copper handle, that’s polished and clear coated. You could make one yourself, but think of the steps involved; at this price it’s a lot easier to order one from us.

Two sizes are available. The #1 Restoration brush is larger, with an overall length of 8 inches. The wire is 1/4 inch thick. The handle is 4 inches long.

The #2 Restoration Brush is 6 inches long overall, with the wire being 1/8 inch thick, and the handle is 3 inches long.

Restoration Brush #1
restoration Brush #2

Leaf Springs, difficult access.
Between the Flanges, you need this brush!
This brush reaches into crowded places
Stained and Varnished Cypress Wood Jacket Being Installed
Jacket Installed with Bands, Walk Boards are Next.