“Minimize blue tape usage - try freehand striping with the rondin!" -P. Finkelstein
A rondin [rhon-dan] is not a stencil brush. Paint stripes on molding quickly by directly pinching the brush and using your pinkie as a guide. Nothing compares to the rondin for a straight and even disbursement of opaque or transparent mediums over relief's. Use all around for glazing small, intricate surfaces like chair legs & chandeliers. Available in 6 sizes.
- Natural black squirrel with 5-10% synthetic fiber
- Rounded for ultimate medium dispersion (learn more)
- Can be used in oil/water when dedicated (learn more)
- Use with Striping Edge for the longest stripe
- The best for applying gold size for gilding
- Wonderful for painting electrical plates
- Small sizes for fading in grotesca, polychrome
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Brush Usage: freehand striping on molding; opaque striping; fading
|Medium:||Water/Oil||Hair Length:||.5 to 1" (13-25mm)|
|Available Sizes:||8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18||Dia./width :||.25 to .5" (6-13mm)|
|Hair type:||skunk blend||Brush Length:||7.5" (190mm)|
|Ferrule Type:||Tin||Holdings:||Conductor's Hold, Pencil Hold|
|Handle:||wooden round short||Brush care:||Water: Wash with soap, Oil: Thinned & lard|
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