Proform Picasso brushes – the full range
Here is a graphic providing an indepth look at the full range of Proform Picasso brushes. It is a highly recommended favourite for emulsioning. The Picasso has a huge capacity for holding paint, yet holds its shape, so you can paint a precise and long, clear cut line. Proform Picasso brushes are American brush technology at its best.
Caveats of Proform Picasso brushes
In my experience, the Hardline design makes the Picasso a very very robust brush. Despite it construction, though, it is not a brush for a lifetime of use on site. On the downside, the life of the brush is limited by the bristles, which will wear down in a couple of months of regular trade use. This is not a problem, however, if you appreciate the phenomenal amount of work you can accomplish with a Picasso brush. Sporadic DIY users need not worry about any of this, just enjoy and clean after use!
Talking of cleaning brushes
All paint brushes need cleaning out at some point, especially if used in water based paint. Hands up who has shaken their brush for ages, and started painting with their “dry” brush? And how long before a trickle of painty water runs out the stock of the brush, down the handle and down your sleeve?
The Picasso’s clever design saves you from this annoyance. As long as you flick the water out the bristles, there will be no pesky dribble from the stock when you start painting. There is a good reason for this. Water cannot get into the stock in the first place.
Availability of Proform Picasso brushes
You can purchase the Proform Picasso range in UK from My Paint Brush.
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