What Kind Of Paint Brushes Do You Use?

Baking By drdm99 Updated 28 Apr 2009 , 12:10am by drdm99

drdm99 Posted 27 Apr 2009 , 12:44pm
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I've heard and seen some people use paint brushes to "paint" on royal icing. Any suggestions on which ones work best without losing any bristles?

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Elise87 Posted 27 Apr 2009 , 1:01pm
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i not sure what brand you have available but my suggestion is if it's really cheap with thickish rough bristles it is not very good quality, and if u spend a bit more money on one then it is less likely the bristles will fall out. I have one that i bought which has thinner softer white bristles for about AUS $6 from my decorating store and it has been fine. That's just my observation, sorry thats all i can add to help lol icon_smile.gif

cindy58 Posted 27 Apr 2009 , 9:42pm
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I think this is the set I bought at Michael's (on sale for about $5) -- they are by the painting items rather than the craft items. It seems like a great deal. I haven't had any issues with shedding bristles -- the only thing to be aware of is not to let the wood handles soak in water any more than necessary or the varnish may peel. When/if that happens, I just lightly sanded them with a fine sanding pad thingy and they are good to go. I wanted a bunch of brushes because I like to decorate with a group of nieces and we needed enough to go around.


drdm99 Posted 28 Apr 2009 , 12:10am
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Thank you for the advice. Everyone is so helpful.

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