High Finish Pointed Paint Brush

This is a Tamiya High Finish Pointed Modeling Paintbrush (Ultra Fine).

Tamiya High Finish Pointed Paint Brush Ultra Fine Synthetic #87048
 Tamiya # tam87048
Retail $5.50  SAVE 20% !
Tamiya Item # tam87048
Specifications :
  • Length: 6-3/4"
  • Bristle Width: 1/32"
  • Tamiya Product Number: 87048
Website security verified by GoDaddy.

Spotlight Review

"Detail brush."
Brian Woermbke (Winamac, IN)
Very fine detail brush for painting anything that is small. I build cars so it's good for painting window trim and symbols.

Member Gallery

(Pictures shared by our community)
User image #65015User image #28775User image #23903User image #23479User image #65017User image #23905User image #23481User image #65019User image #23483User image #65021
← Swipe To View More →

You Might Also Like

← Swipe To View More →


  • High quality, easy to use performance.
  • Made of polybutylene terephthalate.
  • Brownish yellow colored bristles.
  • This brush would better be used for painting thin areas.
  • Black handle with white imprint.
  • Plastic protective covering for bristles.


  • Length: 6-3/4"
  • Bristle Width: 1/32"
  • Tamiya Product Number: 87048


One High Finish Pointed Modeling Brush (Ultra Fine)

Requirements & Suggestions

← Swipe To View More →


"Very fine point brush"
nscrfns (Killeen, TX)
IMO these are the best fine pointed detail brushes of all. Great for aircraft cockpits. After use and cleaned, roll to a point in brush conditoner to keep it like new

"A Fine, Fine Brush"
This is the one. This is for those straps, eyes, and other very small items. I used to paint the straps, harness and then cut in until I got tired. Now, this brush makes one fine stroke for a strap etc. It will be nice to have another of these. after a year and a half of buying brushes, Tamiya meets my needs.

"Tamiya High Finish Pointed Paint Brush"
This is a better brush. It's synthetic, which means it'll probably work better with acrylics. These brushes aren't, in my opinion as good as sable hair brushes, but they're adequate. I would definitely advise these over a Testors Economy Brush.

Others Also Ordererd

← Swipe To View More →