I would recommend to go vintage with a Watts Dustbug always on your turntable/records during play and before play, a Watts Manual Parastat - both used dry.
I realise these items are now probably like hen's teeth but i suggest you bide your time on the 'bay and pounce when you see either of these items.
I do have three or more of these c/f brushes out near my turntables but in my opinion, they are pretty useless and not worth the money. The fibres are too long and too soft. I don't have any static problems but I think even used as an anti-static brush, these brushes would be useless.
I am probably biased in favour of the late Mr Watts' products but I can just relate my experiences with record brushes during the past 40+ years.
I have other brushes too - a brand new Discwasher but here the plush velour is mounted under a massive wooden grip - a surefire way to record/cartridge damage.
Another little vintage brush I have is a bright yellow little affair made in Germany - Plattofix Wi-Fi 3. I have two of them and am quite taken by their effective dust pickup.
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