Brush Painting – The Best Ones To Use To Give Your Home That Professional Touch
Brush painting is all about having your favorite brand of brushes. I know I have mine.
For example as a professional house painter I do a lot of cutting in along the ceiling and along trim.
If I paint a white ceiling with tan walls once the ceiling is finished and dry I need to start cutting in along the top of the walls.
I like a paintbrush that has a nice sweet spot built into it that makes cutting in the easiest job it can be. I can do a nice cut in line (especially on the second coat) and having my favorite brush helps a lot. Especially when enameling woodwork, doors and trim.
I have used them all. Purdy, Wooster, Allpro and a few other brands. I like a two-inch angular tip brush for most all my painting. I sometimes need a one-inch angular tip brush for smaller detailed work.
To be guaranteed the best quality paintbrushes visit your local paint stores. They usually have a wide selection of professional painters’ tools.
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