Cling On! Shortie S50
The S50 ticks all the boxes with all the features we've grown to love plus a short stubby handle making it a breeze to paint in tight spaces!
Cling On! brushes:
CLING ON! paint brushes are the absolute top of the line synthetic brush for all water borne paints.
Designed by a professional painter and handmade in Holland, Cling On brushes feature soft and durable DuPont synthetic filaments fully locked in epoxy cement to minimize shedding, a stainless steel ferrule and a beechwood handle.
They come in 4 shapes: round, oval, flat and bent.
Cling On! features:
- Extremely strong... but still gentle!
- Extreme durability - Amazing shape retention
- Can be used with all water based products
- Super easy to clean
- Superb cutting in
- Minimize brush marks for a smoother finish
Caring for your Cling On!
Important! DO NOT remove the strings at the base of the round and oval brushes. This helps the brush keep its shape.
Let your CLING ON! absorb some water before using it for the first time, so it gets the proper flex. Soak the bristles in water for approx 20 minutes before first use. Remove excess water by spinning the handle between your hands and it's ready for use.
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 done painting give your Cling On a quick rinse then just stand it in a container keeping the tips in water (preferably hanging so the tips are not touching the bottom). The filaments are specially treated to release the paint. The next day almost all paint will have left the brush. Just rinse, spin out the remaining water and you're ready to paint again or store the brush. Refresh water daily.
Ideally, Cling Ons should be stored in a brush keeper, or similar device (empty pop-up wipes container with a few inches of water, even a large plastic soda cup with the brush handle pushed up through the straw opening) that allows the bristles to hang in the water, without touching the bottom.