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9 in. x 13 in. Single Texture Brush

  • Hardwood handle with durable fiber bristles
  • Can be hand held or pole mounted
  • Accepts standard threaded 3/4 in. broom handles and poles
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Texture Brush Drywall Tool Dimensions
Wood Material
Tool Construction Durable
Tool Compatible with 3/4 in. Female Thread
Warranty  90 Days
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The ANVIL Crows Foot Texture Brush is the ideal brush to use for many of the most popular drywall finishes. White Tampico fibers ensure long life and excellent patterning. Large dual-brush configuration finishes the job faster and creates beautiful unique patterns. Accepts most standard threaded handles.
  • Hardwood handle with durable fiber bristles
  • Flattened bristles are ideal for creating crows feet and similar textures on walls and ceilings
  • Can be hand held or pole mounted
  • Accepts standard threaded 3/4 in. handles and extension poles

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
12.60 in
Assembled Height (in.)
1.38 in
Assembled Width (in.)
8.46 in
Product Depth (in.)
9
Product Height (in.)
1.38
Product Width (in.)
13

Details

Material
Wood
Product Weight (lb.)
0.4100598036
Returnable
90-Day
Tool Type
Other Tool

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  • 4.3
    out of 8 reviews
  • 75% recommend this product
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This produces an AMAZING finish with very little investment. There is literally nothing to learn ...
This produces an AMAZING finish with very little investment. There is literally nothing to learn other than spreading out the mud even with a really thick roller and getting the consistency right. I'm excited to use this on one of my next few projects. It is however wood, which means it might not last forever due to the expansion and contraction of fibers from constant water soaking. The mud may help to keep the hairs from falling out -did I mention it can be a pain to clean due to the folded strands?
by Maks
1 person found this helpful
Great small drywall and ceiling texture brush. This ANVIL 9 in. x 13 in. Single Texture Brush is ...
Great small drywall and ceiling texture brush. This ANVIL 9 in. x 13 in. Single Texture Brush is a nice size for doing texture work in smaller areas. The fibers are of good quality and secure. The base is a wood block that has a 3/4 threaded hole to attach to a pole for ceiling and is also ridged nicely so that you can work it by hand. There are a lot of nice videos online to help show hos to use for the best effect. This is a great low price brush for small jobs.
by TileToolJim
As a texture and faux finish contractor, I use joint compound to do many interesting finishes. T...
As a texture and faux finish contractor, I use joint compound to do many interesting finishes. This particular tool is called a crows feet or slapbrush (because basically you are "slapping" the device on the surface to do an impression of the fibers.) The most professional results will be if you use the method of rolling loose joint compound on the surface first. You want to make sure you have a product that has a long open time. No quick dry stuff for this process. It will be like rolling paint. Once you have your surface ready you need to "butter" the surface of the tool. By butter I mean that you add mud to it before you start. If you are doing a ceiling, attach the tool to a broom handle or paint stick. You spin the tool as you go so you have more random application. Also, you slap the surface HARD. If you don't the fibers will load up with joint compound and start pulling away mud from the surface instead of making an impression. And will get very heavy! I wouldn't recommend using this tool to fix a stippled ceiling. Instead, use a smaller version (more round) and roll on compound with a fluffy 4" roller. Another thing to consider is the cleaning and drying of this tool once you are finished with your project. I would do it all in one day and then toss the tool. Joint compound is difficult to remove from the fibers. If you really want to do this, use a big bucket and running a stiff nylon paint brush or scrubber through the fibers. Do a final rinse with a hose and let air dry flat. For the price of the tool, that's a lot of work! Faux finishers also use this tool for making patterns with glaze.
by painters1953
3 people found this helpful
As an avid DIY, I have occasion to repair or touch up finished ceilings during home remodeling pr...
As an avid DIY, I have occasion to repair or touch up finished ceilings during home remodeling projects. I’ve tried many techniques to approach the kind of finish the pro’s achieve with modest success. Recently I tried this ceiling texture brush in lieu of a paint brush to apply joint compound to a ceiling repair. I also used a knock-down knife, to finish the process. The product did not compensate for my lack of skills and I got fair results. This brush covered a wider and larger area more efficiently than I was able to achieve with a (hand-held) paint brush, and it attached to a pole for ease of use. But the amount of compound it pulled from the drywall seemed inconsistent from the center of the brush to its edges. I tried to make up for this by moving the brush around, but it didn’t work as well as I anticipated. Cleanup was easily achieved by running the brush through my garden hose before the product dried. The brush hairs are a bit matted, which may account for its performance, but I’d be reluctant to recommend this product based on my experience.
by JAY
1 person found this helpful
by HomeDepotCustomer
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Worked great :)...
Worked great :)
by HisandHers2020
Great product just what I needed...
Great product just what I needed
by EdL
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