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  1. Sherry Roberts
    Sherry Roberts
    August 22, 2013 at 5:13 pm | Reply

    Thank you for the write up on the Pseudo Squirrel Wash Brushes. I do hope you will spread the word far and wide. As an artist, I am troubled for the animals whose poor hairs are used for brushes. If this faux brush can substitute, I am very much for it! Please spread the word far and wide! I am going to post on Facebook!

  2. Ginger Pierce
    Ginger Pierce
    September 5, 2013 at 3:22 pm | Reply

    I know a few hundred of the little buggers that I’d like to offer their tails for artists brushes everywhere (free if I could catch them). They hop from one tree to my roof and down the side to the trees in the back. While scrambling down the side of my house they tear up my screens. I have a lot of vine-type flowers outside my “screened-in” lanai where they got caught up in the fish line I had strung for the vines and I thought someone was trying to knock the wall down (I was still in bed). One or two might be cute, but gazillions of them are a nuisance. Go brushes Go!

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