The paint brush is an important tool for the professional interior or exterior painter. There are many different shapes and sizes of brushes, each of which is best suited for a certain job. Knowing what each of these brushes does and how they should be used will allow you to get the most out of your painting materials.
Pinceau peinture of the brush can be either natural or synthetic and can be hollow or solid. They can also be tapered or untapered, though brushes with tapered bristles typically give a smoother finish. The handle of the brush can be made of wood, plastic or even metal. It should be proportioned to balance well in your hand and provide a good grip for handling. It should also feel comfortable and not be too heavy.
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The flat brush, also called a cut-in brush is a good choice for “cutting in” around walls and ceiling corners, door/window trim or baseboards. When using this brush you should press it lightly against the wall or ceiling to flex it’s bristles. This will help you to see how well it’s distributing paint, especially when working with a lighter color of paint. When painting large flat areas, it’s generally easier to use a roller and tray because it gives you more control. However, if you are going to use a brush, then you should apply the paint in short horizontal strokes to get a more uniform finish.