tiny paint brush

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i just got some Humbrol paint brush ,, 000,0,2 and 4 , my question , what would the brush number be for a smaller and finer brusch , smaller than a 000 ?? thanks

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10/0 is pretty small

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A sharpened toothpick can get really small for some detail painting

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hey Chuck , i have a question about valve covers , i see the fancy ones with the lines and names painted , do they paint the entire thing and then wipe to top off clean ??

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Paint a base color then top color then wipe carefully. Or you can apply accent paint to low areas only and wipe off high spots

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okey doke , thanks Chuck !!

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Great Greg , thanks , just ordered them , !!!!!

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Those are very nice!

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These are a great set, $$ but quality. I've had mine for 5 or 6 years now, lost 1 cap and they get used with lacquer, enamels, and acrylics.

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http://www.micromark.com/6-piece-ultra-detailer-paint-brush-set,7662.html

Nice set of brushes although I really like the Back to Base-ix brushes. They are a really quality brush for the money. Im looking at buying a set of these brushes you mentioned as well for weathering.

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I use these for dashboard details, tailights.....Great for blue dots......straps and wires

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There's also several sizes of little fuzzy things - microbrushes.

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Mr Greg Holding , great tip on the brushes , just got them and they're Great !! , Thanks

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Mr Greg Holding , great tip on the brushes , just got them and there Great !! , Thanks

Your welcome Anne ! Yep they do work well, and if kept clean, will last for many years.

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Mr Greg Holding , great tip on the brushes , just got them and they're Great !! , Thanks

CrazyGirl , I had to chuckle when I read your post lol. Made me think of Tony the Tiger when I read They're great ha ha ha. :D

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