Many people hardly think of the brush they put in hand for a painting work. It is often seen as a disposable tool, a must for getting the color on the wall or other surface. Nothing could be more wrong. A brush is the most important tool the painter has, and largely determines what a painting results.
There is a huge difference between the price of brushes. All in all, the customer gets exactly what he or she pays for. A cheap brush is nothing but a cheap brush. It has its function, at least if easier surfaces are to be painted. Where it does not matter that the color does not get exactly even, and where the faded hair does not appear so much, a cheap brush may be good. Worse it is with surfaces where surface finish really has a meaning. The painting looks pretty, and does not last for as long.
These cheap brushes are also not worth saving. It is often discarded after use. In the long run, brush purchases may be expensive in any case. For each time something is to be painted, a new brush must be purchased. It's pure waste. A hot tip is to instead give the choice of brush some extra time. Bet on a brush with quality, and nurture it.
A good brush gives a good result right from the start. It is stable enough to handle painting with straight edges without tape and no hair. The brush is as smooth as possible in a good brush. The more uniform the brush of a brush, the better the brush will hold the color, and the better the distribution of the color during the measurement itself. This is measured in the form of tops. The highest equilibrium that can be obtained from a brush of natural bristles, for example, is 90 tops, and it means in pure Swedish that 90% of all brushes that the brush consists of also have exactly the same length.
Lite more exclusive brushes are either made of nylon or polyester or in natural brush. The different materials have their respective advantages and disadvantages. The nylon brush can be used for both acrylate and alkyd paints. They are also possible to make the hair more precisely designed, making it easier to paint straight edges with. It's also easier to get really straight brush, even something that greatly affects how precisely painting that the brush can handle. By contrast, these brushes are slightly more sensitive than brushes with natural brush. They rarely handle high temperatures, varnishes or other solvents.
The natural brush comes in handy when thinner colors, oils and varnishes are used and are considered by most to hold more color than the nylon brush. On the other hand, they are less suitable for water-based colors, as the color may cause the brush to lose weight. The natural brush used often comes from Chinese pigs, while the highest quality is made of breast from a pork-like animal living in the mountainous regions of Asia. The breasts from these animals are boiled and shaved by cooking so that the straw can be used in a brush. The boiling process of the natural brush has a big impact on how the straight brush is in the brush. Even the color affects the quality of the natural brush. The darker the brush, the more exciting they are. Even the cutting on the brush gives an impression of the end result. It applies no matter what material the brush is made of. Making a brush is therefore a great art. That's what makes qualitative brushes so expensive.
There are also brushes that contain a blend between synthetic and natural materials. These have a wide working area, and are of high quality get the best properties of both the synthetic material and the natural materials. Usually they are longer brushes of synthetic material and the shorter of natural brush. Mix brushes are popular for outdoor painting.
The handle on a brush can be designed more or less ergonomically correct. It should be comfortable to hold a tight but soft grip on the brush. Even better, if the grip can also be varied. Epoxy keeps the brush in place on the brush. A good epoxy is characterized by having a breast drop. Many brushes are also fitted with paintings. It may be about rubber or plastic inserts, but also paper and wood posts occur.
In order to get a really good result of a painting, it is also necessary that the brush is adapted to the color and the work it will be used for to. The thickness and length of hair on the brush determine the color for which the brush is intended. In general, there is a wider caliber on the outdoor tiles, than the indoors. In addition, different sizes and different types of brushes will suit different types of painting work. Wide brushes are used for large areas. Really thick brushes are required to wipe off sludges with. With an angle on the shaft you can reach even higher heights. Thin and thin brushes, so-called anchors, fit well to corners and details, as well as to edges. Oval brushes or rounds are preferred for painting of feed lists, sneakers and sockets. These brushes also come in different sizes, and the round shape makes it easy to spoil. Round and oval brushes also have the ability to keep more color than a flat and with an oval brush, it is also good to paint in two widths.
On the other hand, a nice and exclusive brush is worth looking after . It can be used over and over again. Prior to first use, the brush should also be rinsed thoroughly. Then loose much of the loose hair, which reduces the risk of brushing on the target surface. After use, brush the brush thoroughly with a mild detergent such as detergent or soap. If the brush is filled with oil-based paint, the paint nap may be required to thin the paint before washing the brush with soap. The laundry should be carried out immediately after the painting has finished. It is extremely difficult to wash out of a dry brush, if possible. If painting is paused, no cleaning is necessary. Instead, place the brush firmly in front of the rest.