Billiard and Snooker Table Brush
This brush has particularly firm bristles in the front and back. This and its special design allows you to clean all the way to the edges of billiard, pool or snooker tables.
- Oiled beechwood grip
- Dark horsehair/stiff bristles
- Size: 24 cm Long
- Softness Rating: 3 (medium soft)
Billiard, Snooker and Pool Table Brush
Why not treat your billiard, snooker or pool table to a decent brush? There are no finer brushes made than those by Redecker. This brush combines beautiful oiled beechwood with a natural, dark horsehair bristle. Furthermore, it is topped off with an elegant pool ball and cue motif. The horsehair is a particularly stiff bristle, making it ideal for brushing gaming tables and gaming table fabrics. The stiff bristle effortlessly removes any chalk marks and lifts off crumbs, hair, dust and dirt with ease.
What makes this brush specific to the job is its offset brush edge. This allows you to brush right up under your billiards, pool or snooker table’s cushions, where a lot of dust and dirt can accumulate. Additionally, this brush is great for casino tables, for poker and roulette tables in particular.
Redecker Brush Makers Since 1935
Redecker brushes were founded by Friedel Redecker as an independent brush maker in 1935. Friedel earned his living as a brushmaker because he went blind as a child. His inventiveness, sense of quality and persistence brought about a company that now sells its natural products worldwide after three generations.
Sustainability Through German Quality and Design
Every brush Redecker makes, is to the same exacting standards and to the three core principles of the company. Sustainability, calm and good craftsmanship. For Redecker, function comes first, consequently, the beautiful form of each brush is a result of form following function. Furthermore, Redecker makes brushes to last. By combining the highest quality materials, with good craftsmanship, each brush not only provides long service and value for money, but is better for the environment too. Turning natural materials into products that last is the best use of materials.