White Bristle Wooden handle cleaning brush for painting European brush
|ITEM||Name of Product|
|SJ-P2013||paint brush |
|Description of Product|
| White bristle paint brush|
With Euro wooden handle
|SJ-P2013-1"||15mm x 44mm||1"(25mm)||12/720|
|SJ-P2013-1.5"||15mm x 44mm||1-1/2" (38mm)||12/576|
|SJ-P2013-2"||17mm x 51 mm||2" (50mm)||12/432|
|SJ-P2013-2.5"||17mm x 51 mm||2-1/2" (63mm)||12/360|
|SJ-P2013-3"||18mm x 56mm||3" (75mm)||12/288|
|SJ-P2013-4"||20mm x 56mm||4" (100mm)||12 / 144|
1) If you are using alkyd paint or a finish that requires thinner in the cleanup process, choose brushes with natural bristles. If you are applying latex paint or a finish that is water-based, choose brushes with synthetic bristles as natural bristles lose their integrity when wet.
2) If you are painting an average room, all you should need is a 4-inch brush with a straight edge, a 1 1/2-inch brush for sashes, and a 2-inch brush for trim.
3) Before purchasing, hold the brush as you would when painting. Make sure it is a comfortable weight. Fan the bristles to make sure there are no gaps, and "bounce" the tip of the brush to test for springiness.