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    Default My new Italian brushes

    A local store had these Italian army surplus brushes 3 for 10.99

    At that price I had to try them

    I will have to give one a go in the morning.

    The knot seems fine but the handle is cheap and overall it is short.

    But what should I expect at that price?

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    Good find and should make a good travel brush. Seems similar to this Omega https://www.maggardrazors.com/produc...shaving-brush/ . I have this one https://www.maggardrazors.com/produc...el-boar-brush/ for a boar travel brush and was surprised at how good and useful it was considering it's size.

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    Don't believe his smile! The Troll is mad that you even mention using another travel brush!

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    The brush performed as expected and although it won't meet the first tier ratings, it is what it is and very functional.

    The one big thing is that it is so short it won't work in my standard mug.
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