Best Clothes and Garment Brush
Five reasons to buy our lint brush for clothes
Our brush is the best clothes and garment brush because it starts with the manufacturing process. This company has been making brushes for almost a 100 years.
Clothes brushes may look alike but the materials used to make them are not.
What makes a well built natural bristle brush last a lifetime?
- WE CHECK OUR BRUSHES IN OUR WORKSHOP IN PHILADELPHIA BEFORE IT IS GOOD ENOUGH FOR YOU. Our boar bristles do not come out. This is one reason this is the best clothes and garment brush on the market today.
2. First, we hand sand each garment brush and apply two coats of linseed oil.
3. Furthermore, each clothes brush is made from natural materials that are sourced ethically.
4. The bristles are 100% high quality natural boar’s hair which gives it durability to last a lifetime.
5. Moreover the wood is high quality American Beech. It is a renewable wood with variations ranging from dark to light.
If you love wood and natural materials you will understand why this is the best clothes and garment brush the second you unwrap this brush.
How do you keep your clothes brush clean?
Clean the brush easily by running a fine tooth comb through it now and then. If it gets dirty from cleaning dry mud off your boots, wash it in warm water with shampoo and air dry. The next day it will be new again.
If the hair is fine like cat hair and you are having trouble removing it wet the brush a little and the dampness will help with the fine hai
Why Use a Natural Bristle Suit Brush?
After you see how well our natural bristle clothes brush lifts the nap on fabrics like suede and velvet you will want to use it regularly to keep your fabrics looking new. Most men use a clothes brush on wool suits. Once it is in your closet you will be brushing your jeans and all your clothes. You will see how it freshers things up. We love it because it reduces the need to wash and dry clean your clothes as often.
Remember to brush in the direction of the grain, and don’t chance a wire brush on fine fabrics.
When cleaning and dusting around the house you will find so many uses for this brush.
I love it for cleaning my stairs and wood work. The wool chairs and lamp shades look new again. At work it cleans my desk and cash register. In the car I clean everything.Then all I have to do is vacuum. It’s like my grandma’s whisk broom. Write me with all your ideas on how you used it and let me know if you think this is the best clothes and garment brush.
What is the correct way to use a garment brush ?
When maintaining your expensive wool clothing weather it is cashmere or a wool blazer brush the nap in the direction of the grain. Only go against the nap when you need to remove all the dust that is trapped inside it. Then brush down the nap for a smooth finish.
If you want to brush out a mark, brush it with short, quick strokes, but never jab at cloth or you are likely to break the fiber.
The first rule of thumb when using a clothes brush is to stroke, not scrub. It should only take a minute before putting your wool, tweed or cashmere away.
Every now and then pop the up your jacket collar to brush underneath in the same downward motion.
Using this suit brush regularly will save you trips to the dry cleaner and will help preserve your clothing.
Investment pieces are often purchased with the good intent of wearing them for years and years.
Brush your suit after every wear with a soft boar’s hair brush.
Brushing after each wear will extend the life of your garment.
The goal should be to only send your fine fabrics to the cleaners once a season.
How Often Should I Brush My Clothes?
Our Clothes brush is as much a display item as it is a functional tool.