|Brush Material:||Synthetic Fiber|
|Brand Name:||FIRSEN or Customized|
|Place of Origin:||China (Mainland)|
*Item:Plastic Ferrule Paint Brush,Cleaning Brush
*Used for All Paint & Coating, Cleaning
*Material:Tapered Filament, easy to Clean,no hair loss
*Ferrule:Plastic, Anti-rust and Anti-corrosive, beautiful
*Handle:Plastic handle with hanging hole, smooth,feel comfortable
*Insert brush hair directly, without any Chemical Glue, don't react with solvents, environmental protection
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Which brushes do I use for which job?
When selecting a brush it is important to consider the following areas: type of bristle: the job & coating to be applied.
Type of Bristle: Synthetic and Natural
Synthetic bristles are very hard wearing, lasting up to 5 times as long as natural bristle brushes. so it's best to choose a synthetic brush for paint rough surfaces. As synthetic bristles do not absorb large amounts of water and swell up they do not cause tramlines to appear in the paint. Their structure produces a fine finish on all water-based paints.
Natural bristle has a structure that allows it to take and hold paint within the brush. It is the best choice for oil-based paints, varnishes, shellac, alkyd enamels, oil stains, and oil-based addition, the split ends of bristle brushes help to produce a fine finish with traditional solvent paints. however, they do not perform well with water-based paints like Vinyl Matt or Satinwood.
Size of Brush
Brushes come in many sizes. as a rule of thumb, the larger the area you are painting, the larger the brush that you should use. Wider 3 inch and 4 inch brushes are fine for walls and other broad, flat surfaces, but for trimming around a window sash you'll probably want a 1-1/2-inch to 2-1/2-inch brush. In fact, 2-1/2-inch angled sash brushes are the most popular brush because they're comfortable to use and can trim around most areas.