High Quality with Competitive Price Brush Set Plastic Handle White Bristle Paint Brush
1. Bristle paint brush: natural black bristle or white bristle.
2. Paint brush handle, wooden handle or plastic handle.
3. Lacquered on the handle or not, both can be made.
4. Glue: epoxy glue,good quality glue, make the bristle not shed or pull out.
5. Ferrule: stainless iron ferrule or tin ferrule, very bright.
|Commonly used for reference date specification|
|1”||44mm||20mm||Opp or Pvc bag||600|
|1-1/2”||44mm||30mm||Opp or Pvc bag||600|
|2”||51mm||40mm||Opp or Pvc bag||480|
|2-1/2”||51mm||50mm||Opp or Pvc bag||360|
|3”||57mm||60mm||Opp or Pvc bag||240|
|4”||57mm||70mm||Opp or Pvc bag||240|
|Hair||1.Pure black/white bristle,boiled with two times,60%-80%tops.|
|2.PET/PP synthetic fiber, or tapered filament with any color.|
|3. Mixed tapered filament and bristle.|
|Handle||1.Wooden handle, it is can be any color.|
|2. Plastic handle, also can be any color.|
|Ferrule||1. Tin plate ferrule, it is economic.|
|2. Stainless iron/steel ferrule. It resist rust.|
|3. Chrome/gold plate ferrule, also resist rust.|
|Glue||Epoxy resin. Past the acetone test last for 24 hours.|
|Package||1.PVC hang bag each piece, 12pieces each inner box.|
|2.opp/pe/shrink film bag each piece,12pieces each inner box.|
Different Types of Paint Brushes Explained
The natural hair in natural hair brushes usually comes from Chinese hogs or from badgers. Natural hair paintbrushes work best with oil-based paints, although this means they need to be cleaned with paint thinner. You can also use brushes made from Chinese hog bristles with water-based paint, as they absorb the water.
Synthetic hair means the bristles are made from polyester or nylon. They’re much rougher than natural hair paint brushes. They work best with water-based emulsion paints.
Flagging on paint brushes means that the ends of the bristles have been split. These “flagged” brushes, also known as “exploded bristle” brushes, are used exclusively for latex paint work. Paint can be applied more smoothly, with fewer marks from the brush.
Paint brushes come in many different sizes. These can range from the tiny, used in fine art, to those several inches wide, used when painting a wall. Within the sizing there are specialist brushes. Sash brushes have the bristles cut to a point, or taper in a chisel-like shape to access corners.