Paint Brush Selection and Cleaning

Written by on March 29, 2015 in Brushes and Rollers, Tools, Uncategorized with 1 Comment
paint brush selection and cleaning

Scott Burt in one of the JLC photo shoots for the brush article.

Tips for Paint Brush Selection and Cleaning

We’ve done a couple of written and visual projects recently with the Journal of Light Construction, to help users better understand paint brush selection and cleaning.

“Surfaces to be brushed can vary from drywall, to cabinets, to rough exterior siding, or even concrete. A brush doesn’t have to specialize in any of them, as long as it works well on all of them…”

First was a feature article in the March 2015 issue of the magazine, which you can read in its entirety here:

Paint brushes: Pro Tips For Choosing, Using and Cleaning.

That was followed by the above video demonstrating proper paint brush maintenance habits.

In addition to print and video collaborations, Scott continues to be a featured blogger at JLC Online.

We thought we’d archive both here on the site for long term resourcing. Feel free to post up any paint brush selection and cleaning questions you may have in the comment section below.

Scott Burt

Scott Burt is a contractor and freelance writer whose column "From the Field" has appeared in American Painting Contractor magazine (www.paintmag.com) since 2008. His writing and projects also appear in other print and digital venues. This site is an extension of Scott's publication work, and he encourages readers to leave comments and questions about articles published here. Hope to hear from you!

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