Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Collage Brush - 1.25 Inches

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Creativity just became easier with the 1.25" Distress Collage Brush by Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink. This brush features short, soft bristles that are just right for applying smooth, even layers to your projects. The brush is designed for the application of all Tim Holtz collage mediums (sold separately). The pac...  Full Description & Details
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Creativity just became easier with the 1.25" Distress Collage Brush by Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink. This brush features short, soft bristles that are just right for applying smooth, even layers to your projects. The brush is designed for the application of all Tim Holtz collage mediums (sold separately). The package includes one brush that measures 1.25".
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    The best must have

    This brush is as easy to use as Tim Holtz shows in the tutorial also as easy to clean. It works for everything you want to collage not just his products. Can’t wait to order the other brushes. I will be getting the set. Can’t have enough good brushes. Thank you for your vision.

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    One of the things I have been using to apply my mediums is a pastry brush. Naturally, I only get a few uses before having to toss it and start with a new one, as these do not clean well after using any type of glue as the bristles get ruined from the glue. My question, therefore, is: How does this brush hold up compared to this? I'd like to know before investing money into a set of these. Thanks for your input!   By: User (05-May-17) Helpful Question?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This question has been reported. Thank you!
    • I have used this (I have all 3) brush to apply various glazes and mediums and I never let the glaze dry on the brush as I clean them right away. If there is going to be time between using and cleaning I keep the bristles submerged in water until I can clean using a mild soap later. Any acrylic use paint brush will work this way. Hope this helps. By: DruThiercof (06-May-17) Helpful Answer?  Yes  |  No Thank you! Report Inappropriate This Answer has been reported. Thank you!
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