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Pinstriping: Lug specific brush.

Old 05-25-10, 10:50 PM
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Pinstriping: Lug specific brush.

Just wondering what people are using for their lug lining. Right now I am using a #000, but am thinking there is a gem in the way of a short sable hair type brush out there; far more suited for lugs than a sword brush.

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I think most people are using paint pens.
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Originally Posted by joseph senger View Post
Just wondering what people are using for their lug lining. Right now I am using a #000, but am thinking there is a gem in the way of a short sable hair type brush out there; far more suited for lugs than a sword brush.

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I've had the best luck with a short chisel point brush. It's like a miniature sash brush.
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paint pens are not an option imo. No colors, and improperly thinned to have any decent flowout on a stripe.

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will check em out, thanks!

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