4 Brush Set of MACK QM Grey Quill with a Pink Lacquered Handle designed by Paul Quinn
Sizes: #1 #2 #4 #6
All Four Sizes have a Hair Length out of 1-1/4"
The brushes we use for painting signs and pinstriping all come from one of these two types of material that form the tuft of a brush.
Synthetics are man-made of either nylon or polyester. They may come tipped, tapered, flagged, abraded or even etched to increase the brushes' ability to carry color. The man-made filaments may be dyed and baked to make them soft and more absorbent. The advantages of a synthetic brush are as follows:
They are very durable
They are less likely to be damaged by moths, paints or mild solvents.
They are easier to clean.
If you are using an acrylic paint, use a synthetic brush.
Natural: No animals are raised or trapped for the sole purpose of making a brush. Natural animal hair may be used in its pure state or mixed with other types of hair to accomplish a particular mixture for price, and or, performance, Natural hair will hold a tremendous amount of paint, because it has microscopic scales along the shaft of the hair. Quality and price of natural hair is determined by the grade of animal, and by supply and demand. Generally speaking, longer hair is harder to find and more expensive than the shorter lengths.