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  • Corona - Excalibur - Angular

    Corona - Excalibur - Angular

    Angular. Hand formed chisel. Unlacquered hardwood sash handle. Stainless steel ferrule.

    Score: 4.50 (votes: 2)
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    • $10.18
    • $24.62
  • Corona - Vegas - Angular

    Corona - Vegas - Angular

    Angular. Hand formed chisel. Unlacquered hardwood sash handle. Stainless steel ferrule. Corona Champagne Nylon™.

    Score: 4.50 (votes: 2)
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    • $11.80
    • $24.25
  • Corona - Cortez - Angular

    Corona - Cortez - Angular

    Angular. Hand formed chisel. Unlacquered hardwood sash handle. Stainless steel ferrule. Not only do we offer low pricing on Corona Brushes but we actually stock them!

    Score: 5.00 (votes: 2)
    No reviews.
    • $8.39
    • $26.89
  • Corona - Sign Kutter

    Corona - Sign Kutter

    Hand formed chisel. Unlacquered hardwood flat pointed handle. Stainless steel ferrule.

    Score: 5.00 (votes: 2)
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    • $8.53
    • $19.89
  • Corona - Hull

    Corona - Hull

    Hand formed chisel. Gloss black lacquered plastic foam beavertail handle. Brass ferrule.

    Score: 4.50 (votes: 2)
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    • $17.87
    • $22.76
  • Corona - Globe

    Corona - Globe

    Five-row construction. Chiselled. Unlacquered hardwood detachable grip handle. Stainless steel ferrule. Not only do we offer low pricing on Corona Brushes but we actually stock them! 

    Score: 4.50 (votes: 2)
    No reviews.
    • $42.89
    • $56.29
  • Corona - Sand Tex - 7"

    Corona - Sand Tex - 7"

    Tapered flat top construction. Extra stiff.Unlacquered hardwooddetachable grip handle. Stainless steel ferrule.

    Score: 4.50 (votes: 2)
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    • $70.76
  • Corona - Cosmos - 7"

    Corona - Cosmos - 7"

    Five-row construction. Chiselled. Unlacquered hardwood detachable grip handle. Stainless steel ferrule.

    Score: 5.00 (votes: 2)
    No reviews.
    • $68.45
  • Corona - Suave

    Corona - Suave

    50% black China bristle/50% Ox-Ear hair. Hand formed chisel. Unlacquered hardwood short sash handle. Stainless steel ferrule.

    Score: 5.00 (votes: 2)
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    • $29.33
    • $34.73
  • Natural Bristle Chip Brushes

    Natural Bristle Chip Brushes

    These disposable brushes are constructed with 100% white china bristle and an unfinished wood handle with silver ferrule. Can be used with most paints, glues, and adhesives.

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    • $0.27
    • $1.69
  • Natural Bristle Chip Brushes - Double Thick

    Natural Bristle Chip Brushes - Double Thick

    These disposable, double thick, brushes are constructed with 100% white china bristle and an unfinished wood handle with silver ferrule. Can be used with most paints, glues, and adhesives.

    Not rated yet
    • $1.09
    • $2.19

A paintbrush is a handheld tool used to apply paint or sealers to paintable surfaces. The brush picks up paint with filament, includes a ferrule that is a metal band that holds the filament and handle together and gives the brush strength, a spacer plug within the ferrule which helps the filament sits tightly in the brush and creates a reservoir for paint, epoxy to lock the filament, and a handle which provides comfort and good balance.  

Bristle Type: Paintbrushes are made with two basic types of bristles, sometimes called filaments, natural and synthetic. Natural bristles are made from some sort of animal hair, such as hog or badger. Synthetic bristles are often made from nylon, polyester, or a blend of the two. Natural-bristle brushes are best for applying oil-based paints and synthetic-bristle brushes are recommended for water-based paints. However, some synthetic brushes can be used to apply both latex and alkyd paints so be sure to check the packaging on the brush to ensure it's compatible with the paint you're using.

Bristle Shape: Most paintbrushes available today are square-cut brushes. They're perfect for holding and laying paint onto virtually any surface. However, square-cut brushes don't provide as much control when painting into corners, up to adjacent surfaces, or along narrow edges or surfaces. For more precise control, use a sash brush, which has its bristles cut at a slight angle. Sash brushes are particularly well-suited for cutting in around the perimeter of a room.

Bristle Tips: Better quality brushes have bristles with flagged, or split, ends. Flagged bristles hold more paint and spread paint more smoothly. Some brushes, especially sash brushes, have tipped ends, which should not be confused with flagged ends. Tipped brushes come to a point; they're not cut flat and straight, as is a standard brush.