axus paitbrush review

Axus Paintbrush Review

By Steven Nash



Axus Blue


You can buy a box of 4 Axus Blue paintbrushes from the Paint Shed for around £15, which makes them great value for money. It’s a great brush for that price bracket. It holds a good amount of paint and you can lay everything off nicely. You can get a few bristles coming loose which is a real pain. All in all I’m quite impressed.



Axus onyx


These are slightly different. The Onyx are a limited edition oval paintbrush by Axus. They’re the same sort of price as the Axus blue and are aso available from the Paint Shed. These too are a great paintbrush for the price bracket. I’d normally go for Purdy, but I’d say these are a great alternative. The Onyx is quite stiff, but still easy enough to use. I’ve tried it in acrylic eggshell and it performed brilliantly!!

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