The Fuller Brush

On a cold, crisp winter day...New Year's 1906...a 21-year-old entrepreneur from Nova Scotia, Alfred C. Fuller, began an enterprise which has become known worldwide as The Fuller Brush Company. From a bench between the furnace and the coal bin in his sister's New England home, young Fuller set out to make, in his own words:
"...the best products of their kind in the world."
Through the years, The Fuller Brush Company has grown from one man's fiber suitcase, filled with unique custom-made brushes, to an exciting collection of home/business care, and personal care products, all crafted with the same quality and precision that have made The Fuller Brush Company a name welcomed everywhere.
From the beginning Fuller established three basic rules:
  • Make it work
  • Make it last
  • Guarantee it no matter what.
Today, over a century later, these words still guide The Fuller Brush Company.
The Fuller Brush Company's Sales Force continues to grow and to answer the need for unique, quality products and personal service. One salesman's utilitarian idea, acted upon at the beginning of this century, has become the livelihood for thousands of dedicated men and women who will lead into the next.
The modern and flexible manufacturing facility near Great Bend, Kansas, continues a tradition of excellence by producing the world-famous quality products associated with The Fuller Brush Company. State-of-the-art automated equipment is mixed with many operations completed entirely and lovingly by skilled hands, so customers receive value without sacrificing beauty.
More than 2,000 items are formed within the bustling twelve-acre plant including:
  • Household Cleaning Aids
  • Industrial Cleaners
  • Polishes & Wax Products
  • Cotton & Synthetic Mops
  • Floor Brushes & Brooms
  • Stainless Steel Sponges
  • Twisted Wire Brushes & Swabs
  • Personal Care Brushes
  • Lotions and Fragrances
  • Hair Care Aids
  • Made-to-order Products...
  • Industrial Brushes
  • Plastics, Wood-Shaped
  • Formed Metal
  • Silk-Screened Graphics
  • Aerosols, Chemicals
The 500,000 square foot plant was completed in 1973, and today Fuller remains the major employer in the Barton County, Kansas area.

The Fuller Quest for Excellence
To offer Customers Unique Products of the Highest Quality...

  • That Last

  • That Work To Offer Associates and Representatives Real Opportunity...

  • To Grow

  • To Learn

  • To Earn To Accept the Responsibility of Leadership...

  • In Service

  • In Our Community

  • In Our Environment A QUEST TRUE OVER 100 YEARS AGO,