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Loew Cornell 841 20-Piece Foam Brush Set, 2-Inch
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- Short handle
- Wood handle
- Brush size 2-inch
- For use of acrylics
- Beginning, intermediate, advanced craft painter
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Loew Cornell 20-Piece Foam Brush Set is ideal for the beginning, intermediate, and advanced craft painter. Set includes 20 size 2-inch brushes, with short wood handles. For use with acrylics.
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I would place the Loew Cornell brushes in the do not purchase category. They arrived packed tightly in a plastic pouch causing the tips to be crushed (removing for two days allowed them to mostly regain shape), they have a few tiny bits of something white similar to tissue or such on the surface, the plastic internal foam stiffener is ineffective as it bends quite easily and the foam does not readily release the polyurethane requiring you to load the surface of the brush often to get a reasonable coating.
I have used 8 of these brushes so far with identical results.
foam brushes used to be the laughing stock of painting and staining, but in more recent times, they have gone up a million steps in usefulness. once, painters never used these foam brushes siting bad quality and not leaving a fine imprint like camel hair brushes. but for all of those comments, each type of brush has its own usefulness and character. we needed an applicator for a teak oil staining application. first we tried the "hair" brushes, but it left too many bubbles on the surface. it also left stray hairs from the brush when applying the oil. now, the foam brush soaks up just the right amount of teak oil and applies it to the surface without too many bubbles. the slower you work, the less bubbles it creates. what is left on the surface gets soaked up by the teak wood. so, a relatively bubble free recoated surface. it applies the oil to the wood evenly and most of the time, does not run on vertical surfaces. do we need 20 brushes? not really, but every 4-6 months, a new brush is needed for putting on another touch up coat of oil on the surfaces. if the foam brush dries to some level of hardness, get out the next brush and move to the next wood project. this is a great product and will last for quite some time
Edit: I have noticed that these don't "work" the paint into the surface as well as bristles would but I'm almost always doing a second coat so I don't notice a difference by the end. Still consider this a 5 star product.
The boat looks great and these high quality foam brushes did not crumble like others I have used in the past. Maybe I was lucky but in any event I was very pleased with performance of these brushes.