Ever-Ready 200T

Discussion in 'The Brush' started by rmcintyre84, Apr 7, 2018.

  1. rmcintyre84

    rmcintyre84 Got out of the kitchen

    Was the paint on the letters originally gold or silver? What type of knot is it?
     
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  2. Enrico

    Enrico Well-Known Member

    Gold lettering and I believe it was boar. But install what you like.
     
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  3. jimjo1031

    jimjo1031 never bloomed myself

  4. Enrico

    Enrico Well-Known Member

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  5. rmcintyre84

    rmcintyre84 Got out of the kitchen

    Actually, I plan on keeping the original knot. It looks as if it was never used.
     
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  6. rmcintyre84

    rmcintyre84 Got out of the kitchen

    Metallic Gold? That's what it looks like.
     
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  7. Jim99

    Jim99 Gold Water Shaver

    I came across an NOS Ever Ready C40 boar brush. I soaked it in some conditioner for a few hours before the first use and it was good to go. That was the recommendation from many on this forum, so you might want to try that first to soften up any brittle hairs.
     
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  8. Enrico

    Enrico Well-Known Member

    On many of my restores even thou the original brush may have had white on black (Rubbersets), I re-letter them with yellow or gold.

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  9. rmcintyre84

    rmcintyre84 Got out of the kitchen

    Already done. I've used it once. It's floppy, but I like using the whole original brush.
     
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  10. jar

    jar Well-Known Member

    Experienced brushes can be wonderful.

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