Regular readers of this blog will know that I do a fair amount of decorating. This house is quite large, and over the years I’ve painted most of the inside of it at least once. The draught-proofing we had done a couple of years ago has meant that I’ve had to repaint many of the windows, and when doing this I have usually painted the skirting boards and doors as well. I think that there are 22 doors, though some of them are presses (cupboards).
That’s quite a lot of painting. I recently discovered a type of paintbrush which is very good for windows.
The brush is cut at an angle, and good for getting into edges. What a great idea!
I don’t enjoy the process of cleaning brushes, so I continued to use the above brush when painting one of the presses. It took ages!
Today, I reverted back to a larger brush for the wooden window shutters, and got on like a house on fire.