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Back in stock! Ball brausers available in dark fuschia pink, yellow and green. A ball brauser is a water sprinkler that is ideal for wet felting, allowing you to wet the working surface evenly and quickly. Due to its shape, the other name for a ball brauser is a felting pear. Comfortable to use over long periods of time and especially handy when working on large projects.
To fill the water sprinkler, squeeze the ball or bulb and place the spout in the soap solution or water. Releasing pressure on the ball allows the, liquid to be drawn up, resulting in a fine spray. Numerous holes in the head allow for the even distribution of water or soap solution onto your work. For large pieces of work, having a ball brauser in each hand speeds up the process of wetting out.
Chromed gold-plated copper spout
The capacity of the ball of the felting sprinkler is around 200ml. Measurements: about 9 cm in diameter, 18 cm in height. The bulb will detach from the metal spout for easy cleaning if required. These water sprinklers for felting are made of high quality PVC with a chrome spout. They do not contain harmful substances. Besides being easy to use, they are also suitable for children and not necessarily for felting! The more common use for a ball brauser is for watering Bonsai plants and seedlings.
Based in Perth Australia, Unicorn Fibres is an online business focusing on quality felting supplies. Our aim is to source and supply fellow felt makers, spinners and textile artists with a quality range of fabric and fibres at affordable prices. Our supplies for felting feature a large range of extra fine combed merino wool rovings and viscose fibre, as well as unique hand-dyed delicate fabrics. These include Margilan silk gauze, cotton scrim and other embellishments fit for a unicorn. Supplies for felting include ball brausers and needle felting tools. All prices shown are in Australian dollars. Owner Sara Quail is a felt maker and has been actively involved with a variety of textiles over the last 2 decades – exhibitions, teaching, magazine articles…. See more at saraquail.com