Abrasive brushes are generally made of various kinds of wire such as stainless steel, brass, nylon etc. and are used for cleaning, deburring, eliminating jagged edges, blending edges, finishing, polishing and removing rust, scale, burn and tool marks. Brushes are constructed by similar techniques, that is, twist. Ends of the brush can vary, depending on specific needs. For example, a twisted-in-wire brush can have a cut tip, rounded tip or bristled tip. It can have a long end or handle, a short end, one with a ring, loop or cut. Typically the bristle material is located at one end of the brush, and the handle extends from it. However, the bristle can be centered in the wire, with two long ends, one on each side.