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Sherwin-Williams® Deck & Siding White China/Polyester #4 Block Brush

Sherwin-Williams Deck & Siding #4 Block brushes were designed to stain wooden decks and porches. Remove the handle and replace it with an extension pole and your project can be completed in half the time. No more back breaking work. This naturally absorbant brush combiines both White China bristle and polyester to create the most durable deck brush available.
Average Customer Rating:
4.333 out of 5
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3 of 3(100%)reviewers would recommend this item to a friend.
Customer Reviews for Sherwin-Williams® Deck & Siding White China/Polyester #4 Block Brush
Review 1 for Sherwin-Williams® Deck & Siding White China/Polyester #4 Block Brush
5 out of 5
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HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ONLY BRUSH 4 SIDING 
 January 15, 2014
 January 15, 2014
by Professional Touch Painting of Wilmington NC
"AS A PAINTING CONTRACTOR I CAN VOUCH FOR THE VALUE OF THESE DESK AND SIDING BRUSHES. UNFORTUNATELY SHERWIN WILLIAMS STORES IN SE NC NO LONGER CARRY THIS LINE OF BRUSHES WHICH IS SURPRISING SINCE BRUSHING IS THE #1 APPLICATION FOR EXTERIOR SIDING, DECKING, FENCING ETC.
THE 4" "DECKSCAPES" BRUSHES HOLD 8 - 10 TIMES THE PRODUCT THAN ANY TRADITIONAL PURDY 3" SWAN BRUSH...
ONCE YOUR BRUSH IS GOOD AND WET WITH PAINT YOU CAN COVER AN ASTONISHING NUMBER IF LINEAR/BOARD FEET BEFORE NEEDING TO DIP BRUSH AGAIN...
HERE ARE THE AVG LINEAR COVERAGE EACH SIZE BRUSH NETS YOU ON A BOARD THE SAME WIDTH OF THE BRUSH:
3" - 8' to 12' (previously painted smooth wood)
5' to 8' (on rough or raw wood)
4" - 8' to 14'' on previously painted wood
5' to 10' on rough or raw wood
6" - 10' to 16' previously painted
6' to 14' on raw or rough wood
* THE AREA YOU CAN COVER IN ONE DIP ALL DEPENDS ON YOUR PRODUCT, CONDITION & TYPE OF MATERIAL BEING COVERED, COLOR, AND AMBIENT TEMPRATURE...
*** THE 6" BRUSHES (I CALL THEM 6" BUT I THINK THEY ARE REFERRED TO AS 5" EVEN THOUGH THEY MEASURE CLOSER TO 6") ARE ABSOLUTELY PERFECT FOR STANDARD DECKING OR 5 QUARTER BOARD... THE KEY TO USING THE 6" ON DECKS IS TO REMOVE STOCK HANDLE AND SCREW IN AN ADJUSTABLE EXTENSION POLE... THE 1ST TIME I MADE MY GUYS USE THESE WAS WITH DECK SEALER AND WE FINISHED A 30'X14' DECK IN LESS THAN AN HOUR!
YOU CAN ALSO USE THIS BRUSH FOR BOXING (AKA SOFFIT, OVERHANG) WITH A 4 FOOT EXTENSION POLE ON A ONE STORY HOUSE AND NEVER HAVE TO GET ON A LADDER!
These are great brushes, quite a bit more expensive than a purdy swan of the same size but you will easily cut the labor in half and provide a much heavier coat then possible with traditional brushes or rolling or spraying (and the product penetrates the surface much better when brushing).
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED FROM ME TO YOU, WHETHER A HOME OWNER OR A CONTRACTOR."
Review 2 for Sherwin-Williams® Deck & Siding White China/Polyester #4 Block Brush
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RIGHT tool for the job! 
 May 22, 2013
 May 22, 2013
by Chuck
"I knew an auto mechanic once who all he had in his toolbox was a screw driver and hammer. That is all the tools he had and had fixed cars his entire career. What that has to do with paint brushes - well you could use one brush to do everything, but you might consider the end results before you begin. This "mop" as I call it works well with an airless (low-pressure). After meeting the expected prep requirements I spray on the stain and while it is still wet use this brush to massage or work the stain into the wood. The brush size woods well on siding and decking, not so much for trim."
Review 3 for Sherwin-Williams® Deck & Siding White China/Polyester #4 Block Brush
3 out of 5
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Do NOT use with Deckscapes Stain&Sealer Remover 
 May 22, 2012
 May 22, 2012
by Hammbone
"I purchased this brush to use on my deck renovation project. I used Deckscapes Stain&Sealer remover, followed by Deckscapes Revive. I used THIS brush to apply the Stain & Sealer Remover. I strongly advise against this. The NaOH (sodium hydroxide, aka - lye) in the Stain & Sealer Remover ate the bristles out of the brush. I can not comment on it's performance with the stain as it was destroyed. This is a bit frustrating since the brush is labeled "Deckscapes" - I 'assumed' it would work with all "Deckscapes" products. Obviously I was wrong."