Painting walls can be so much easier - and yes, even fun and enjoyable - if
you simply have the right tools for the job. In this case, we are going to talk
about painting walls. With the right brush styles, challenging tasks like
cutting in can be made a whole lot easier. And your finished wall will look
like a pro painted it, instead of an amateur. Let me share my tips about
brush styles gathered from my professional and personal painting
experiences.
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Angle Sash Brush
These are the PERFECT brushes for cutting in walls to ceilings, walls to corners, walls to baseboards, and walls to
chair rail or other molding. The angle provides the perfect tip-it
will get a lot smaller than a typical wide brush without an
angle- to make cutting in a breeze for amateurs and pros
alike. It takes so much less time and you get such a perfect
line from angle sash brushes that I won't cut in anything
without one. Some professionals are able to cut in without
tape using these brushes because they make such a nice
line if you have a steady hand. If not, use tape and brush the
edge along the tape line.
Wide Wall Brush
For those who love the look of a wall painted with a brush-and yes the look is different, you can see brush strokes-then use
the widest wall brush that you can find. The greater the inches,
the wider coverage as you paint. This equals less strokes for
the painter on the wall. Wide wall brushes are also great for
touching up spots that pop up on textured walls after the paint
that was rolled on begins to dry. Wide wall brushes also work
excellent for brushing on glazes or an additional color in
strokes to add another dimension or texture to your wall paint.  
Trim Brush
Trim brush come in a variety of sizes to accommodate painting the various sizes of crown molding or trim that is
available on the market. Select a trim brush that is slightly
smaller than the trim that you are painting to achieve the most
perfect and accurate painting job.

Caring for Your Brushes
After you have finished painting, always clean your brushes immediately. If you use latex paints, rinse and clean in water.
Use warm soapy water to get the brush completely clean. If
clean your brushes. It might be necessary to use a wire brush
to get all the oil based paint out of the bristles, then rinse with
water. Let paint brushes dry completely, then store them in the
same velcro close-cardboard package that they came in.
Brushes can last years if cleaned & stored properly.