#11

Member
Ferndale, MI
Here's one I'm working on. I bought this Vie-Long horse brush a while back and was not pleased with the knot at all, but I really like the handle. So I decided to do a little transplant...

Bye bye horsey! I actually used a different bit than the one shown. This one started burning the glue/hair plug thingy. Mmmm, burnt horse hair Sick
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Ready for the new 22mm Maggard black fiber synthetic knot. I had to carefully widen the hole a little bit.
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Here's what it will look like when done. I still have some finishing work to do before I set the knot. It's just sitting in there right now.
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- Jeff
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#12

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San Diego, Cal., USA
Nice work, Jeff. Happy2 I love that type of handle.
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#13

Member
St Petersburg, Fl
(This post was last modified: 01-30-2017, 09:28 PM by Timwcic.)
My latest restore, a Kent V16 in Butterscotch that was in sad shape. The handle had no cracks or chips so it was crying to live again. A 36mm in finest from Ian Tang (Franks Shaving) that is surprisingly dense with super soft tips brought this brush back to life. Even at 36mm, being a true bulb, it handles a lot like a Chubby 3 and not so much a lather hog. Last picture for size comparison, Chubby 3, V16, and a miniature Culmak. It is a big brush.

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#14
Beautiful brushes Jeff. Good job.

Brian


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