Axus Decor Silk Precision Cutter Paint Brush (mink series) - 2"/50mm - with Short Handle for Controlled Cutting In of Walls, Ceilings and Woodwork
About this deal
I used to be all about Purdys, but Arroworthy’s are starting to become one of my new favourites, and I know a bunch of other decorators who feel the same. Having tried the Finultra over the past year or so I have to say, it’s top-notch.
Another reason I have a soft spot for the Wooster Gold Edge is its durability. I’ve found that these brushes are real workhorses that stand up to daily use throughout the year.The bristles on the Ice Fusion brushes could be a tad longer for my liking. They’re excellent for covering large areas, but when it comes to painting small edges or skirting, they don’t hold as much paint as I would prefer. Despite this, they are superb for cutting intricate lines, thanks to their fine tips. The bristles strike an ideal balance between soft and firm, contributing to a beautiful finish. The handle is comfortable, and designed for prolonged use without causing hand fatigue.
Coming with a no-loss filament (bristle) guarantee and soft grip handle, the bigger brush will help you finish the job faster, while helping you achieve the precision of a professional decorator.
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Durability – Durability is, of course, an important consideration before buying a cutting-in brush. You’ll want something that keeps its shape after multiple washes and doesn’t lose bristles over time. Be sure to wash right down to the base of the brush so you clear all the paint, then simply dry with a clean rag or towel and hang it up to dry. Any storage tips to keep my paint brushes in good condition?