Natural Tampico Fibre for Brush Making
Natural Tampico Fibre for brush making. This fibre makes excellent brushes for sweeping or scrubbing and is flexible enough to be bent in half as in the brush shown in the picture.
Comes from the agave lechugilla plant, unique to northern Mexico and grows in high altitude deserts. After the cactus leaf is harvested the fibres are extracted, dried, and processed without any use of chemicals.
Available in natural colour, it can be dyed in a variety of colours.
You’ll get 3 bunches of 50g each at 90mm length. One bunch is enough to make a brush similar to the one in the picture. The finished brush in the picture is not included.
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