Performance Cutting-In Brush
Performance Cutting-In Brush
- Angled profile and short handle for precision cutting-in
- Comfortable, easy grip
- High specification synthetic filament
- Easy clean
Follow paint manufacturer’s instructions. Clean immediately after use (try a brush comb), removing as much excess paint as possible. Use a recommended solvent-based cleaner, followed by soapy water if using oil-based paints. Use warm soapy water if using water-based paints. Rinse in clean water and leave to dry. Use original packaging to retain head shape.
Our best-selling Performance 2″ cutting-in brush combines high specification synthetic filaments with an angled head and well-loved short wooden handle to make precision cutting-in a breeze. For use with all paints.
- Great paint pick-up and spreading rate
- Rust-resistant, stainless steel ferrule
- Vapour box compatible
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Frequently Asked Questions
We have developed our brand ranges based around the needs of the user. We recognise that Hamilton is a much-loved brand that all skill levels love to use.
In light of this, Perfection has been developed as our ‘top tier’ offering giving more specific choice and quality for the discerning professional painter and decorator – we know that tools are life and they need to be high quality and last in the long term.
Our Prestige range has been developed to bring more breadth of choice – here you will find every tool you need for a really professional job. This is why our Prestige range holds the vast majority of our tools.
Our Performance range is designed for quick selection, speed of use and a decent job – great for multi-skilled trades and for keeping the toolkit stocked. Our new For the Trade range has been developed specifically for the multi-skilled tradesperson – for whom perhaps, painting and decorating is not a full-time focus. Easy speak, no messing, simple choices combined with high quality materials, comfort in use and the advantage of Hamilton expertise.
We have stockists nationwide. You can enter your details on our ‘Find your Stockist’ page here for quick results. If you’re still struggling to find what you need local to you, please email email@example.com
The answer, quite simply is, yes. However, it is important to bear in mind that our brush heads use material designed specifically with the paint application in mind, so results may very when using a synthetic brush with oil-based paint when it is designed for water-based applications.
Our Prestige and For the Trade ranges have a wide selection of brushes developed for use with all paints. When searching brushes, use the filter options to narrow them down. Our Perfection brushes use the latest innovation in filament technology, so you should ideally use a synthetic head for water-based paints for the best possible result.
No, you don’t. Unlike traditional natural bristle brushes, synthetic brush filaments won’t wear. They are also already designed for the task at hand and will be all, or some of the following: tapered, flagged, fine-tipped. You’ll get a smoother finish straight from the pack – they’ll also clean more easily!
Most of our brushes are vapour box compatible, and when they are you’ll see this stated within the products features. Generally, a brush that is used for oil-based (solvent-based) paints is kept moist rather than cleaned in-between each job – a vapour box helps this process. A synthetic brush when used with water-based paints can generally be washed under the tap.
Bear in mind that any special varnishes, coatings, lacquers – or metals that aren’t resistant – may corrode or crack when used in a vapour box.
We refer to surfaces like this to make the selection of the most suitable roller sleeve easier. Below are some examples to help you decide:
Smooth surfaces include those recently plastered (an dry) plasterboard or lining paper. Use a short pile sleeve for these surfaces.
Semi-smooth surfaces can be woodchip or lightly patterned, or previously painted. Use a medium pile sleeve for these surfaces – this is the most common pile.
Rough surfaces are usually artex or more heavily patterned. Use a long pile sleeve for these surfaces.
There are also Extra-rough surfaces which can include period building walls, or exposed brickwork. You’ll need an extra-long pile rollers for these.
A masonry sleeve is designed perfectly for brickwork, pebbledash and concrete – perfect for outdoors, and indoor surfaces such as cellar walls.
This depends on the type of brush head (filament) and the paint used. Synthetic filaments clean much more easily than natural bristle. When using water-based or hybrid paints you can usually clean well under the tap – a brush comb is always a good idea too to remove any excess paint towards the base of the head.
When using an oil-based (solvent-based) paint you may decide to use a vapour box (see vapour box FAQ) – this will help keep the bush head moist for future work.