Paint Brush Recommendation
Using a good paint brush is the most important part of the professional house painters arsenal.
Premium paintbrushes are good asset for both the DIYer and the professional. For the DIYer it makes painting a much more easy experience causing less headaches due to the inexperience and handling the tool and just the way it would work. While the professional house painter appreciates this paint brush because it not only works like a fine instrument it also increases the speed at which the paint can be deposited. The paint gets put on evenly and smoothly in a straight line without any irregularities along the way. Compared to a loose weak bristles tool that flops all over the place making it hard to cut a straight edge. Also this tool will not hold as much paint as a high quality paint brush. Painting brushes are designed to be able to hold a lot of paint without dripping and dropping paint.
You also get a variety of handles from short stubby ones getting into tight corners and places were long handled tool won't fit or you can get this tool with long handle on it enabling you to get more stretch reach out of your brushstroke.
Types of Paint Brush, there are two general categories of paintbrush: those made of natural-hair bristles and those made with synthetic materials, such as nylon or polyester. If you are working with alkyd or oil-based paints and coatings, you can use either natural bristle brushes or synthetic bristle brushes. However, high-quality natural bristle brushes work best when applying enamels or any topcoat. When applying any type of latex coating, use only brushes with synthetic bristles. No matter how much water they are exposed to, they hold their shape and maintain proper stiffness. Top quality polyester brushes are well worth the initial cost. When properly cleaned and stored, they will continue to apply paint smoothly and uniformly for years to come.