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Loew Cornell 842 25-Piece Foam Brush Set, 1-Inch
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- Short handle
- Wood handle
- Brush size 1-inch
- For use of acrylics
- Beginning, intermediate, advanced craft painter
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1. I think I've actually used them with paint REMOVER more often than with paint - use them to coat something well with the remover and especially for squeezing the chemicals into nooks and crannies.
2. I use these brushes to spread GooGone all over adhesive labels (on glass jars or plastic boxes, for instance), making them much easier to remove.
3. When applying teak, linseed, lemon, or other oil to heavily carved or intricate wood furniture, I use one of these to get into all the nooks and crannies.
4. I spray one with lots of WD40 for dabbing into squeaky hinges with fewer drips than spraying directly. This also works well for spreading WD40 along squeaky drawer parts.
5. They're great for spreading white glue on decoupage projects or when applying liquid glue to any sort of paper or other project (white glue will wash right out so can be reused repeatedly).
6. I use them to brush silver dip onto parts of ornate silver jewelry that are too big, too delicate, or contain stones and cannot be actually dipped into the liquid.
7. I use one dipped into melted lard or bacon fat to coat my cast iron skillets and cookware to start or maintain their seasoning.
8. I use one to spread shortening or vegetable oil evenly and thinly around a loaf, bundt, or muffin pan before baking to insure easy removal of baked goods.
9. I have used them to dip in coconut, almond, or other skin oils to reach my back or to apply to elbows and feet when I don't want to get my hands oily.
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also if you're a tight-wad like me the handles work fine for dowels in other projects.
these work very good for a number of things and i find myself applying varnish with them more often than not.
I have been buying these brushes since 2009 and most recently the newest package I received the brushes are no longer firm. I am sad as now I have to search out a substitute as I can't use brushes that are so soft and bendy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
works perfect for crafts and for painting close to molding when painting walls.Published 2 days ago by gramatt
Got these as a deal of the day and it was a great deal. I do a lot of crafts and painting with my daughter. Seems I never had enough brushes around. Now I do!Published 8 days ago by CindyTR
I purchased these to use with fabric paint. They do the job perfectly and the price couldn't really be beat!Published 10 days ago by Sarah Miller