Staalmeester Flat Brush
You asked and we listened. You asked us for a PREMIUM QUALITY, PROFESSIONAL LEVEL brush that would, if looked after, last a lifetime. We are please to carry several shapes and sizes, including the Staalmeester flat brush, available in three sizes.
The Staalmeester Flat Brush is the Rolls Royce of Brushes. A unique synthetic / natural bristle blend that has a short natural china bristle blended with a longer silky synthetic bristle. The natural bristle ensures better paint absorption and the synthetic bristle component allows for a smooth, even application having minimal to no brush strokes. The flat brush comes in three sizes, small, medium and large.
This universal flat brush is suitable for both synthetic and water-based paints. The Staalmeester® synthetic blend ensures better paint absorption and an even smoother finish. With a traditional beechwood handle and a coppered ferrule with deeply set bristles. This brush is best used to varnish or stain large areas such as (wooden) floors.
When starting off with a new or dry brush submerge into water to the ferrule briefly just to dampen the bristles. Give the bristles including the string a squeeze so that the brush is barely damp.
Dip your brush into the paint only half way up the bristles, otherwise it is too much paint on the brush, and clean up will be more work.
Should you notice any brush strokes, you have too much paint on your brush.
You don’t want to see paint dripping off your brush, you want enough that when you go to apply the brush, it doesn’t drag across, but slides nicely across without minimal effort.
Each Staalmeester brush has a beautiful beechwood handle and striking copper ferrule. The bright orange string surrounds the base of the bristles and keeps them tight and in shape. You should leave the string in place.
Clean your Staalmeester brush immediately after use by rinsing thoroughly with warm water, then suspend in water as paint will continue to seep out.. Keep your brush in tip-top shape with Fusion’s Linseed Oil Brush Soap.
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