InventHelp Inventor Develops Improved Paint Brush (RKH-554)

PITTSBURGH, July 8, 2024 ~ Chester, Va. - An inventor from Chester, Va. has come up with a new and improved design for paint brushes that promises to make the cleaning process more efficient. The N LINE BRUSHES, as it is called, prevents paint from being left behind on the bristles and housing during cleaning.

The inventor, who wishes to remain anonymous, said that the idea for the N LINE BRUSHES came to him when he was frustrated with the traditional method of cleaning paint brushes. "I thought there could be a more efficient way to clean paint brushes," he said.

The new design allows for thorough cleaning of the brush from top to bottom, saving time and effort for users. It also offers an alternative to the traditional method of cleaning from bottom up. The N LINE BRUSHES feature a durable and practical design that is easy to use, making it ideal for both professional painting contractors and do-it-yourself homeowners.

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A prototype model of the N LINE BRUSHES is currently available upon request. The original design was submitted to InventHelp's Richmond sales office and is now available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers.

For more information about this innovative invention, interested parties can write to Dept. 22-RKH-554 at InventHelp's headquarters in Pittsburgh or call (412) 288-1300 ext. 1368. More details about InventHelp's Invention Submission Services can also be found on their website at
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