STIFF: for cutting-in & painting straight lines. Works best with thicker coatings.
SOFT: for less brush marks. Works well with high gloss or clear varnishes.
WALL brushes are for longer strokes and help you cover more surface which makes them perfect for painting walls or ceilings. They have thicker bristles or filaments to hold more paint. Wall brushes are also designed with larger, thicker handles to reduce fatigue and assist in getting a nice long, smooth paint stroke.
SASH brushes are designed to be used on all the trim areas of the house like doors, windows, door frames, skirting boards, gutters, etc. They have less filament or bristles than a wall brush and therefore don’t hold as much paint, allowing greater precision and control.
Ergonomic design that reduces stress on the wrist and hand whilst painting. Traditional shape that is featured in our Razorback Hog Bristle and Detail & Finishing range of brushes.
Featured in our mini cutter brushes and the Monarch Cutting in & Framing range of brushes, this shorter handle provides greater precision when painting small spaces such as corners, trims & detail areas.
Flat Beavertail Handle
This shape is rounded and slightly flattened to fit perfectly into the palm of the hand whilst painting.
Square shaped handle with bevelled corners is featured mainly in trim or sash brushes and is comfortable to hold when painting.
Rat Tail Handle
As featured in our Rat Tail range of brushes, this handle is longer & thinner than the standard making it easy to hold to give greater control.
Rounded and thin, a long handle is easy to hold like a pencil giving great control & precision when cutting in & painting tricky spaces.