If you are looking for the correct size paint brushes, look at the Paintbrusha product line. We have meetings in a wide range of sizes, materials and shapes to meet the needs of all our customers. Whether it’s a newly renovated home or an industrial building, we have the best product for you.
What Are Paint Brush Sizes?
The more common sizes of paint brushes on the market are 1″ (25mm), 2″ (50mm), 3″ (75mm), 4″ (100mm), and 5″ (125mm). The process 5-inch paintbrush is less used, generally using more than 3 inches, and the 4-inch paintbrush, 1-inch paintbrush, mainly deals with general corner paint painting.
The size of the brush head can generally be divided into three categories.
– Small paint brushes (Small Paint Brushes): suitable for handling small paint areas, such as filling wall controls, door and window frames, floor cracks or some of the more difficult-to-access places.
– Medium Paint Brushes: Suitable for dealing with walls, floors, ceilings and other areas of available rooms.
– Large Paint Brushes (Large Paint Brushes): suitable for dealing with larger areas such as indoor and outdoor walls, floors, door and window frames, ceilings, etc.
According to the shape of the brush head, it can be generally divided into four categories.
– Round Paint Brushes (Round Paint Brushes): suitable for dealing with walls, floors, ceilings and other areas in general rooms.
– Square paint brushes (Flat Paint Brushes): suitable for dealing with indoor and outdoor walls, floors, door and window frames, ceilings and other flat surfaces.
– Flat Paint Brushes (Angular Paint Brushes): suitable for filling wall controls, door and window frames, cracked floors or some more difficult-to-access areas.
– Arch-shaped paint brushes (Rounded Paint Brushes): suitable for dealing with walls, floors, ceilings and other areas of available rooms.
The bristle material can be generally divided into four categories.
– Ordinary paint brushes (Standard Paint Brushes): suitable for handling general areas with paint, such as walls, windows, doors, furniture, etc.
– Soft Paint Brushes (Soft Paint Brushes): suitable for dealing with furniture, floors, door and window frames, ceilings and other places that are easily deformed.
– Scratch Resistant Paint Brushes (Scratch Resistant Paint Brushes): suitable for filling wall controls, door and window frames, cracked floors or some more difficult-to-access areas.
– Corrosion Resistant Paint Brushes (CRP Brushes): suitable for dealing with indoor and outdoor walls, floors, door and window frames, ceilings and other areas susceptible to water contamination.
In short, choosing the proper paintbrush specifications needs to be done on a case-by-case basis. If you are unsure what to choose, you can consult our team of experts. We can provide you with the best advice to help you choose the right product.
Composition of Paint Brushes
Paint brushes are made of a handle with fine bristles or flannel and are often found in the painting process at decorative sites.
There are three main types of brushes: pig hair brush, wool brush and roller brush.
Classification of Paint Brushes
Pig hair brush
A high-quality pig hair brush has a significant paint content; good elasticity can even spit out the paint so that the paint surface thickness is consistent, not easy to leave bristles on the painted surface, it is durable, and it has other characteristics. It is especially suitable for paints and glues with relatively high concentrations.
The wool brush is soft, smooth and level; it can even spit out the paint, making the surface smooth, consistent thickness, not easy to leave brush lines on the painted surface, smooth hand feeling during construction, durable and other characteristics. The disadvantage is that it is easy to lose hair.
In the daily building decoration project of large areas, paint rolling will often use a roller brush; also known as roller because of the wide range of rolling surfaces, so it is the most labour-saving, time-saving brush tool, especially after connecting the extension pole, can easily paint the wall high or ceiling. Still, the disadvantage is easy to produce paint spattering conditions, so the roller brush hair is not too short but must be acceptable so that the brush out of the paint film will feel fine.
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How to Clean Paint Brushes After Painting
Specifications And Types of Products Produced by Paintbrusha
Brushes: 1/2 inch, 1 inch, 1-1/2 inch, 2 inches, 2-1/2 inch, 3 inches, 4 inches, 5 inches, 6 inches, 8 inches, 12 inches, 30x70mm to 50x150mm,
Rollers: 4 inches, 6 inches, 7 inches, 8 inches, 9 inches, and the longer length is available.
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