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When buying a new paintbrush (natural-hair or synthetic), always look for o

When buying a new paintbrush (natural-hair or synthetic), always look for o
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When buying a new paintbrush (natural-hair or synthetic), always look for one that has flagged (frayed) bristles, because they hold more paint. An old brush will hold less paint than a new one because the flagged ends will have worn off.

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