Q: Is brush a common tool with bristles? ¶
A: Yes, and wire or other filaments.
Q: Are brushes mostly from the sides? ¶
A: Yes, and not the tip, contact with which releases material held by capillary action.
Q: Are brushes used for diverse activities from cleaning vegetables? ¶
A: Yes, as a toilet brush, washing glass, cleaning tiles, and as a mild abrasive for sanding.
Q: Is brush the staple or anchor set brush in which the filament is forced with a staple by the middle into a hole with a special driver and held there by the pressure against all of the walls of the hole and the portions of the staple nailed to the bottom of the hole? ¶
Q: Is brush to be gripped during use? ¶
Q: Are brushes more akin to combing than brushing? ¶
A: Yes, that is they are used to straighten and untangle filaments.
Q: Are brushes mainly in the tip of each flexible bristle which dislodges particles of matter? ¶
Q: Is brush however designed to brush the scalp itself free of material such as dead skin and to invigorate the skin of the scalp? ¶