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Dewitt’s Brush: Cleaner Gear Shoots (and Sells) Better

Dewitt's Brush is the best and safest way to keep nature's debris  off non-optical surfaces.

It’s the best tool ever for cleaning gear, whether you’re using it… or done using it.

This ain’t no shaving brush! Dewitt’s Brush substitutes natural boar bristle for the old-fashioned shaving brush’s badger hair. This makes it stiffer and springier, the better to get dirt and grit out of all the hard-to-reach places on your cameras and video equipment. (Try it on sheet-film holders!) Yet the tip of each bristle is feathered to protect painted finishes from scratching, a design that also picks up dust more efficiently.

Dewitt’s Brush measures 4½ inches long and 1½ inches in diameter. The 2¼-inch handle is made from molded white nylon and is contoured for easy grip. The feather-tip bristles measure 2¼-inches.

eBay sellers: It’s been proven time and again that the best product photography gets the top dollar. But as we all know, second-hand electronics really attract and retain dust and grit. Cleaning up with Dewitt’s Brush allows you to take the detail shots that may mean a 20% difference in your final selling price. This is a no-brainer; a product that pays for itself after just one use!

“Dust really stands out in a photograph of a black camera body. So whenever I need to do a product shot for a story, I get rid of it with Dewitt’s Brush.”

— Russell Hart, American Photo magazine

Dewitt’s Brush is the best and safest way to keep nature’s debris off non-optical surfaces. We think it’s a necessity for any fastidious photographer or videographer.