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Post by vegas mom on Sat May 12, 2012 11:13 am

I was at Joanns ( seems to be a weekly trip these days) and decided to try some Martha Stewart brushes 5/14.99. I did use a coupon for these. I cant say that I like them more than my Royal soft grip with the blue end (SG250). What I thought was interesting is that they seem to hold more water and worked better than any brush with the snaz paints.The 4 round seems more like a 6 when loaded. I also like the feed of the handle, theres a non slip coating over the wood ..Anyone else try these..
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Post by Miss Ronnie on Sat May 12, 2012 11:22 am

I haven't yet... no need to buy new brushes at the moment... but I'll probably end up checking them out!
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Post by vegas mom on Sat May 12, 2012 11:31 am

would really like to know how the speciality brushes work... The split round especially
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Post by Miss Ronnie on Sat May 12, 2012 11:41 am

Do you mean the double filbert? That's a Loew-Cornell brush. I have that and and the petal brush (in two sizes)... they are wonderful and not just for flowers!
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Post by vegas mom on Sat May 12, 2012 12:12 pm

It's further apart than the split filbert. About 1/4 in between the two tips.
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Re: Martha Sstewart Brushes

Post by Lynnie on Sat Jun 09, 2012 8:39 pm

Several of the specialty brushes from the MS line are so difficult to load that I just gave up on them. I like the synthetic heads but am never fond of white bristles because they stain and look dirty. Her brushes are, for the most part, comfy and the handle paint doesn't split as readily as so many others.

I LOVE her pouncers though. The hard plastic shell is so easy to work with and cleaning is such a snap, pop the sponge out, put it in the wash with the other sponges and slide it back in. I am converting all of the pouncers for my crew over to them and ditching the wooden handle ones.
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