Ultimate One Paintbrush Angled Spalter 25mm

Staalmeester® - Ultimate ONE Series - Angled Spalter (Flat Brush)

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Fusion Mineral Paint
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One by Staalmeester® series: This unique ultra-soft synthetic fiber provides the most flawless smooth application. The One collection contains a special selection of finishing and artist brushes that aren’t available in any other Staalmeester® series. The One series can be used with all types of paint, and when you properly maintain the One brushes, they retain their shape, flexibility, and softness, even after years of intensive use. These are the best for beginner painters to achieve a brush stroke free finish. 

This angled spalter brush is used for laying off but also for cutting in. The brush distinguishes itself by its high absorbing power, its high adaptability to different surfaces, and its stripe-less end-result.  

Depending on your painting techniques you can achieve a smooth flawless finish or a unique heavy textured appearance.

  • When starting off with a new or dry brush submerge into water to the ferrule briefly just to dampen the bristles. Give the bristles including the string a squeeze so that the brush is barely damp.

  • Dip your brush into the paint only half way up the bristles, otherwise it is too much paint on the brush, and clean up will be more work.

  • Should you notice any brush strokes, you have too much paint on your brush.

  • You don’t want to see paint dripping off your brush, you want enough that when you go to apply the brush, it doesn’t drag across, but slides nicely across without minimal effort. 

Staalmeester® have been manufacturing brushes for over 70 years. The synthetic blend bristles can be used with of all types of paint, however, we are particularly happy with the way it performs with Fusion Mineral Paint.

Depending on your painting techniques you can achieve a smooth flawless finish or a unique heavy textured appearance.

  • When starting off with a new or dry brush submerge into water to the ferrule briefly just to dampen the bristles. Give the bristles including the string a squeeze so that the brush is barely damp.

  • Dip your brush into the paint only half way up the bristles, otherwise it is too much paint on the brush, and clean up will be more work.

  • Should you notice any brush strokes, you have too much paint on your brush.

  • You don’t want to see paint dripping off your brush, you want enough that when you go to apply the brush, it doesn’t drag across, but slides nicely across without minimal effort.