Have you ever thought about painting your bathroom or bedroom? And then you go to the store and see all the different paint brushes - how are they different from each other? Which one would best suit the job? There are quite a few different types of paint brushes, all with unique characteristics.
Natural-bristle brushes tend to work best with oil-based paints. They naturally have splits at their tips, which allow for a smoother application of oil paints. Blended nylon/polyester brushes can typically be used with both oil and latex paints. These brushes are easy to clean and should last for several years. Polyester brushes usually are best suited for latex paints. They hold their shape and work well for an even latex paint application.
Then, there are also different sizes and shapes depending on the project that you will be tackling. Generally, the smaller brushes are for more detailed areas and the angled ones allow for easier access to getting the corners.
This past week has been extremely busy! That, along with the recent sunshine, has shown us that spring is finally here! When the sun is shining in through our windows, we tend to notice all the dings and scratches on our walls. If you would like the interior – of your house or commercial building – repainted for the sunny, spring months, let us know! Painting can be a lot of work to do on your own. Why not let a professional help you out?
We have lately been working on a commercial drywall project in Seattle along with a residential drywall hanging/taping/texturing, interior/exterior painting, and trim painting project in Everett.
Thanks for checking in,
President of Mink Enterprises
Drywall, Painting Specialist