ClingOn Flat Brush
CLING ON! Brushes are the absolute top of the line synthetic brush for all water borne paints.
Designed by a professional painter and handmade in Holland, we are excited to present our Cling On paintbrushes. They feature soft and durable DuPont synthetic filaments fully locked in epoxy cement to minimise shedding, a stainless steel ferrule and a beechwood handle.
They come in 4 shapes: round, oval, flat and bent.
- Extremely strong... but still gentle!
- Extreme durability
- Best shape retention
- Can be used with all water based products - Excellent ability to clean
- Superb cutting in
- Better coverage with a smoother finish
- Fast and easy
CARING FOR YOUR CLING ON:
Let your CLING ON! absorb some water before using it for the first time, so it gets the proper flex. Remove excess water by spinning the handle between your hands.
While painting, re-wet the brush as necessary. Keeping the brush damp will prevent paint from hardening on the bristles and minimise brush strokes.
When you’re finished painting, keep them hanging in water (not touching the bottom). The filaments are specially treated to release the paint. The next day almost all paint will have left the brush. Rinse, spin out the remaining water and you’re ready to paint again or store the brush.
Ideally, Cling Ons should be stored in a brush keeper, or similar device that allows the bristles to hang in the water, without touching the bottom. (empty pop-up wipes container with a few inches of water, or large plastic soda cup with brush handle pushed up through the straw opening)
*DO NOT remove the strings at the base of the round and oval brushes. This helps the brush keep its shape.
If you have a lot of Cling Ons, protect your investment. Brush keepers are specially designed to let your CLING ON! hang so the filament tips will not touch the bottom, but only get "their feet wet".
See to it that your CLING ON!'s always stay wet and replace the water regularly.
In this manner your brushes will stay in perfect shape for a long time, ready to paint when you are.