Monday, 20 January 2014

Synthetic paint brushes or pure bristle which are best?

    CHOOSING THE RIGHT TOOLS FOR THE TASK.


    Without doubt the correct brushes for differing painting tasks makes things easier.

    As a pro decorator you might own a huge armory of paint brushes but will usually end up using one particular brush more than others.
    Lets call this brush the all rounder, a tool you simply cant put down i recently purchased a 2" Rembrandt synthetic brush and now find myself using it for most emulsion painting jobs and now cant put it down.
    I have a good selection of brushes purchased mainly from online decorating tools and brush suppliers.
    Brands including
    Proform
    Wooster
    Corona
    Hamilton
    Rembrandt

    Each and every brush is used for its own specific task and i with a small exeption would'nt be without any of them!
    But trying to find good pure bristles is becoming quite difficult and there is just something about the way they perform that synthetic filaments cannot compete.
    Pure bristle brushes wear down quite quickly and so the performance changes over time often they become a better brush, synthetics really dont wear down to any degree and require almost obsessive and routine cleaning and maintenance schedule to prevent them becoming crusty, clogged fit for nowt!
    Without any hesitation the best pure bristle brush i've seen is the "Corona morro" its construction and bristle quality is superb and well worth the money.


    corona morro2"

    please note this brush has been trimmed /modified by me!


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