Corona Cortez paint brushes are a blend of DuPont Tynex nylon and Orel polyester filaments.
The Cortez paint brush offers superior paint application with oil and latex paints, and is resistant to high temperatures and humidity. It's a great brush for low VOC exterior paints.
- Nylon in the top edge for durability.
- Polyester in the bottom for stiffness, retention and extra flex.
- A hand formed chisel that provides extra sharp, accurate cutting-in
- Made in the USA
- "Red Gold" tynex Nylon, and Orel polyester filaments
Corona SKU 18560. Cortez is available in 1.5", 2", 2.5" and 3" sizes.
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The following products are ground only: TWP deck stain, Arborcoat oil based stain, Simiron epoxy, most 5 gallon pails, tabletop epoxy, dry erase paints, airless paint sprayers, Benjamin Moore deck cleaning products, and all oil based gel/wiping stains, topcoats, and paints.
All items are packed thoroughly to avoid damage.
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This is an excellent all purpose brush, Soft enough to use on trim, but firm enough to easily cut sharp lines on walls. It seems slightly more difficult to clean than a regular 100% polyester brush to me, but still a little easier to clean than a 100% nylon brush. It's a little pricey, but does come with a manufacturers lifetime warranty which says Corona will replace it under certain circumstances at their discretion. I haven't done that yet, so I don't know how good/bad or fair that process is.