Gordon Brush® is dedicated to keeping American jobs in our 250,000 square foot manufacturing facilities, in California and Mississippi. The Company sources raw materials and components globally, when they are either not available in the United States, or not able to be purchased domestically, based upon cost, quality or availability. Some of our paint and sundry products are imported.
Gordon Brush Mfg. Co., Inc., is a private company that has a rich history as an American manufacturer of brooms and brushes. Established in 1951, Gordon Brush® includes two brands whose origin dates back to 1855 and 1897. All told, the Company's twelve brands manufacture over 17,000 standard, specialty, and custom brooms and brushes for industrial and commercial applications and customers world-wide, in its 183,000 sq. ft., state-of-art, ISO 9001:2015 certified, manufacturing facility in the City of Industry, CA.
This means we can ensure your order meets our stringent quality standards each and every time. We offer more than 3,500 standard brushes - and can modify or custom manufacture any brush to meet your unique specifications. We offer brushes made out of virtually any material including brass brushes, nylon brushes, natural bristle brushes, and more.
Our turnaround times set us apart from the rest. Because we're based in the U.S., we can offer same-day shipping on over 3,500 standard brushes. And we can deliver specialty or custom brush quotes at lightning speed - in one business day or less. Whether you need a standard brush or special / custom brush, you can count on Gordon Brush® for bigger, better brush ideas.
|• 1951 ||Don Gordon establishes Gordon Brush®|
|• 1973||Aerospace Engineer William Loitz purchases Gordon Brush®|
|• 1990||Ken Rakusin leaves career at Xerox to run Gordon Brush®|
|• 1998||Ken Rakusin and Bill Loitz purchase Gordon Brush®|
|• 1999||Gordon Brush® acquires the Marx Brush line of artist and cosmetic brushes|
|• 2005||Gordon Brush® acquires Milwaukee Dustless Brush, a leading janitorial and sanitation brush manufacturer.|
|• 2006||Gordon Brush® acquires JEK Inc., a leading brush manufacturer for the printed circuit board industry and surface finishing and conditioning industry|
|• 2008||Gordon Brush® acquires Redtree Industries, Inc., a leading paint applicator and paint brush manufacturer and distributor for the marine and hardware industries.|
|• 2010||Ken Rakusin acquires Bill Loitz's interest in Gordon Brush®|
|• 2011||Gordon Brush® acquires Brush Supply Company|
|• 2012||Gordon Brush® acquires the FootMate® System, a brush and specially formulated gel, that is used to clean and massage feet while in the shower or bath.|
|• 2016||New Corporate Headquarters; Gordon Brush Mfg. Co. Inc., Milwaukee Dustless Wisconsin, LLC and Redtree Industries, LLC moves into a new 183,000 square foot facility in the City of Industry, CA USA|
|• 2016||Gordon Brush® acquires StaticFaction, the sole exclusive, authorized North American distributor of Thunderon® anti-static properties|
|• 2016||Gordon Brush® acquires J.B. Ward, a manufacturer of specialty custom brushes, whose origin dates back to 1855|
|• 2017||Gordon Brush® acquires Kirschner Brush Mfg. Company, a manufacturer of paint brushes for all applications and industries.|
|• 2018||Gordon Brush® acquires Easy Reach Supply, LLC., an American manufacturer of quality wash brushes, extension handles, injection and foam molded brush blocks and other janitorial products.|
|• 2019||Gordon Brush® acquires Parker Brush, Inc., an American manufacturer of brushes for the agriculture, food processing and electronics industries, whose origin dates back to 1959.|
|• 2019||Gordon Brush® acquires Spectrum Paint Applicator Corp., an American manufacturer of consumer paint brushes, paint rollers, and artist brushes, whose origin dates back to 1945.|
Looking for specialty brushes for your application? Look no further than Gordon Brush®. We can design a new brush or modify any of our standard industrial brushes to match your unique specifications.
Whether you need custom sizes, custom handles, custom bristle combinations, or any other special feature, we manufacture our custom brushes with the same high quality materials and superior craftsmanship that goes into all our industrial brushes.
Gordon Brush® received a letter of commendation from the United States Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command (TACOM) for the development of a "Chamber Brush" that cleans the main gun on the Abrams Tank. The development of this brush saved the Army $1.5 billion. The Army's Director of Operations and Security Assistance, Integrated Logistic Support Center-TACOM said: "TACOM would like to express our sincere gratitude for your excellent work in supporting our war fighters in their efforts in Iraq. Your efforts have a positive impact in our fight for a democratic Iraq and the safe return of our war fighters. Again, thank you for your tremendous support to the United States Army."
As a result, today Gordon Brush® produces 17,000 different brushes, and adds 15-20 new brushes every week from a world-wide diversity of industries.
Gordon Brush® manufactures high quality brushes. The company's goal is to help its customers improve their productivity and profitability by providing them with high quality brushes which suit their exact requirements. Contact Gordon Brush® today to receive a custom quote or to learn more how our products can fit your applications!
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