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Different types of synthtic filaments used in civilian brushes

There are many types of civilian brushes daily, including cleaning, toothbrushes, pet brushes, shoe brushes, paint brushes, etc. The scope of the application is also vast, the primary function is dust removal, cleaning, and cleaning. Brushes, big and small, keep our lives spotless.


Then when we choose brush products, the material of the brush filament
is very decisive. Brush filament bristles can generally be divided into three types: soft, neutral and hard. Daily brushes are made of different filament materials alone or in combination, which can be basically divided into nylon, PBT, PET, animal bristles, etc.


Plastic brush filament is one of the most widely used civilian brush materials.





1. Heat resistant

2. Wear resistance

3. Oil resistance

4. Weak acid resistance

5. Resistant to alkali and general solvents

6. Good electrical insulation

7. Non-toxic and odorless


Brushes for household dusting and cleaning







1. Low water absorption

2. Wear-resistant

3. Temperature resistance

4. Good softness

5. Good responsiveness


This filament is suitable for working in wet water environment, suitable for toothbrushes, nail polish brushes, bath brushes, cleaning brushes and more.






1. High hardness

2. Good hair opening effect

3. Good elasticity

4. Wear-resistant

5. Good dimensional stability

6. Good electrical insulation

Suitable for broom filament, paint brush filament.





Animal bristles are also widely used in civilian brushes


Pig bristles



1. Resilient

2. Not easy to deform

3. Moisture resistance

4. Not affected by heat and cold

The brush filament made of pig bristles has moderate hardness and softness, and is a very good brush filament material.

Pig bristles are often used in bath brushes or polishing brushes for valuables.







1. Soft in nature

2. Resilient

3. Wear-resistant and moisture-resistant

4. Not easy to break

The filaments made of horsehair are suitable for the industrial removal of floating ash, etc.



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