The most common and popular option is the flange paint brushes (CF). They are well known to everyone who in one way or another came across the painting of walls, slopes, windows and other surfaces..
The flats are flat, with a spatula, the bristles are securely fixed with a metal covering. Usually the length of the bristles is 60 millimeters. Flat brushes are more convenient to use, they can be of different sizes, so you can buy several at once in order to paint over the free space with a wide brush, and with thinner ones – window beams or ceiling plinths, for example.
The handles for flange brushes can be plastic or wooden, they are also flat, ergonomic and fit well in the hand. Specialists in painting work note that a flat brush-flute can absorb a fairly large amount of paint, this allows you not to make strokes too often, eliminates the appearance of smudges. Flayz allows you to apply paint in any direction, with the correct technique, there will be no splashes. These brushes are used with all types of paint, varnish, drying oil, enamels.
Panel brushes (KFK) look opposite to flats. They are round and small in diameter. They are not suitable for painting walls and other large surfaces, usually panel brushes are used where delicate work is needed, for example, for applying stencils to already painted surfaces. In addition, panel brushes can be used to pull panels and paint in hard-to-reach areas where a thicker brush simply won’t reach..
Painting radiators is a difficult task due to the presence of many angled metal surfaces one after another. In this case, paint over all hard-to-reach places with a special radiator brush. Its main differences are a longer handle and an angled part with a metal clip and bristles. It is really much more convenient to paint radiators with such a brush..
Fly hand (CM). It is also round, like the panel, but much larger, massive. Flywheel brushes can be used for painting large surfaces, for example, during facade work. The standard size of such a brush is 60 and 65 millimeters in diameter, and the bristle length can reach 180 millimeters. To paint the ceiling, fly brushes are often attached to special long handles.
Maklovitsa (KMA). Large brushes, but unlike flight feathers – flat. They are usually used to apply wallpaper glue, primer, whitewash. Maklovitsy can also have long arms for working with the ceiling.
Handbrake (CR). Round brushes that come in a variety of diameters, usually 30 to 50 millimeters. Smoothly paint surfaces, can be used for priming, painting narrow spaces and small areas.
Scrub brush. It is traditionally used for whitewashing, wall washing, washing white. Now such brushes are usually made from linden bark, cleaned of knots and soaked in a container where the air did not penetrate. The fibers are divided into thin strips and rolled into a brush. The brush holds water or solution well, but when working with them it will be very difficult to avoid splashing.
Oval brush. It is considered professional and novice painters, it is used infrequently. The oval shape allows you to apply strokes on both narrow surfaces and wide ones. Usually the ratio of the brush is 1: 2, that is, by simply turning it with the side, you can get twice as wide or narrower bristles.
As for the very bristle of paint brushes, it can be natural and artificial. For example, for thin panel brushes, soft bristles are usually used, which are made from the hair of the column or squirrel. The best stiff brushes are those made from semi-spinal or spinal bristles. They spray less beauty and gain more coloring composition. But such brushes made of natural spinal bristles are usually more expensive..
Cheaper brushes made of horsehair, but their pile quickly loses flexibility and falls off, they do not last long. Synthetic fiber is a good option and will last a long time if used correctly. But artificial brushes hold less paint, it can drip to the floor, the consumption with them is slightly higher.
To check the quality of the bristles, bend it – it should quickly regain its original shape. The hairs should not bristle, they are arranged evenly and evenly. Split ends of the bristles and hair loss immediately after the first bend are not allowed.