Tim Healey

Chances are, at some point in your career, you'll have to do the paint work on one of your jobs. It could be that you won't be able to find a pro who has time for your job, or maybe you'll be over budget and have no money to hire an outside painting contractor. Or maybe you've just always wondered how the pros brush out a finish that looks as perfect as a spray job.

If any of those scenarios are familiar, this article is a good starting point. Brush selection is key. Buying a good brush starts with the finish you'll be applying and where you'll be applying it. But getting good results goes beyond choosing the right paintbrush. You also have to learn the techniques for efficiently laying down a good finish,...

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