Purdy 1.5 in. Clear Cut All Angle Paint Brush (144080115)
- Brush Head Width: 1-1/2 in.
- Brush Edge Shape: Angle
- Bristle Material: Nylon Polyester
- Product Type: Trim Paint Brush
- Handle Material: Natural Hardwood
- Application: All Paints
- Number in Package: 1 pk
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- Even Bristles
- Even Paint Distribution
- Holds Paint At Tip
- Detailed Work
- Small Areas
Comments about Purdy 1.5 in. Clear Cut All Angle Paint Brush (144080115):
I've found Purdy to be a very good product line in painting supplies. This angle brush is no exception. The 1.5 inch size is about as small as you need to go for even very delicate trim work. The bristles load the paint well, and hold it at the edge of the brush. You do need to learn to use a brush like this. Dip the brush so that you only get a little paint on the first one-quarter to half inch of the brush. Pay attention to what side the paint "loads" as you dip your brush. Wipe the other side against the edge of the paint can to assure that paint is on the proper side (the side that will make contact with your surface; where you want the paint coat to stop and form a clean edge). Apply slight even pressure to the brush so that the bristles at the tip flatten out as you go along your edge line. This sounds a little tricky, but with some practice, anyone can do trim work without the time-consuming step of taping edges. A brush like this makes it easier than you may think.