The paintbrush is suitable for small areas or difficult-to-paint areas and it is not easy to spill the paint with the brush. The high-quality paintbrush has a large amount of dipping paint, which can evenly release the paint, make the surface smooth, without uneven thickness, and has the advantages of not easily leaving brush lines and bristles on the painted surface and durability.
1. The thick, pointed and thin tapered bristles can make the paintbrush release the paint more slowly and evenly, and its overall taper makes it particularly convenient when painting straight and tangential places.
2. The bristles have split ends, which can be dipped in a large amount of paint, and the paint is released more evenly (makes the paint film smooth and even).
3. The brush made of elastic bristles can maintain its overall shape.
4. Brushes with long bristles in the middle and short sides are easier to use when brushing edges and corners.
5. The length of the bristles should be 50% longer than the width of the brush. Longer bristles have a better effect of absorbing and releasing paint, and it is easier to paint corners or trim positions.
6. A good, well-balanced hardwood handle will make the brush easier to use. Wooden handles are more comfortable than plastic handles; hardwood handles are stronger and moisture-proof than softwood handles.
7. Use plugs and epoxy adhesive to firmly fix the bristles on the handle, and will not be pulled out when brushing, so that the bristles will not stick to the paint film.