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Bamboo paintbrush with white goat bristles

from $4.99 - $14.99
The paintbrush with white goat bristles has long bristles suited for calligraphy, for large surfaces and color gradation.
 
The goat bristles are very soft and ideal for wash drawings, while the fine tip allows for clean strokes. They can be used with ink, watercolors or diluted acrylics.
 
Care:
Caring for paintbrushes is essential to keeping them in good working condition and to their life span.
 
Ink and watercolors: dip the paintbrush in water and rinse in warm water.
 
Acrylic: clean in soapy water and rinse in warm water.
 
Practical information:
 
Never let dry before cleaning.

Using a hydrating paintbrush cleaner after using taltine or soap prevents bristles from drying and keeps the supple shape of the paintbrush.
 
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Bamboo paintbrush with white goat bristles

Bamboo paintbrush with white goat bristles

FC112-10

  • #10
$10.19

2 business days

Bamboo paintbrush with white goat bristles

Bamboo paintbrush with white goat bristles

FC112-14

  • #14
$14.99

2 business days

Bamboo paintbrush with white goat bristles

Bamboo paintbrush with white goat bristles

FC112-2

  • #2
$4.99

2 business days

Bamboo paintbrush with white goat bristles

Bamboo paintbrush with white goat bristles

FC112-4

  • #4
$5.19

2 business days

Bamboo paintbrush with white goat bristles

Product Details

The paintbrush with white goat bristles has long bristles suited for calligraphy, for large surfaces and color gradation.
 
The goat bristles are very soft and ideal for wash drawings, while the fi + Show More

Product Details

The paintbrush with white goat bristles has long bristles suited for calligraphy, for large surfaces and color gradation.
 
The goat bristles are very soft and ideal for wash drawings, while the fine tip allows for clean strokes. They can be used with ink, watercolors or diluted acrylics.
 
Care:
Caring for paintbrushes is essential to keeping them in good working condition and to their life span.
 
Ink and watercolors: dip the paintbrush in water and rinse in warm water.
 
Acrylic: clean in soapy water and rinse in warm water.
 
Practical information:
 
Never let dry before cleaning.

Using a hydrating paintbrush cleaner after using taltine or soap prevents bristles from drying and keeps the supple shape of the paintbrush.
 
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