Silicone Paint Brush With Bamboo Handle #SB 101 Art Supplies Elizabeth Schowachert Art
Silicone Paint Brush With Bamboo Handle #SB 101 Art Supplies Elizabeth Schowachert Art
Silicone Paint Brush With Bamboo Handle #SB 101 Art Supplies Elizabeth Schowachert Art
Silicone Paint Brush With Bamboo Handle #SB 101 Art Supplies Elizabeth Schowachert Art
Silicone Paint Brush With Bamboo Handle #SB 101 Art Supplies Elizabeth Schowachert Art
Silicone Paint Brush With Bamboo Handle #SB 101 Art Supplies Elizabeth Schowachert Art
Silicone Paint Brush With Bamboo Handle #SB 101 Art Supplies Elizabeth Schowachert Art
Silicone Paint Brush With Bamboo Handle #SB 101 Art Supplies Elizabeth Schowachert Art
Silicone Paint Brush With Bamboo Handle #SB 101 Art Supplies Elizabeth Schowachert Art
Silicone Paint Brush With Bamboo Handle #SB 101 Art Supplies Elizabeth Schowachert Art

Silicone Paint Brush With Bamboo Handle #SB 101

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This brush is made specifically for working with encaustic medium on a hot box. It can be used with other media, however, because it is silicone, it will hold up to the heat and has soft flexible bristles that make it ideal for working on a hot box.

This particular brush has 1.75" silicone bristles which are a bit stiff, but still soft and flexible. The bristles are similar in size (there is a lot of variation, but all somewhat thin) and work by making reductive marks.

  • The handle is 8" in length
  • the bristles are 2" in length 

The brush can make a wide variety of controlled marks and fine lines etc. 

Click on the link to see a Demonstration Video: 

How To Care For A Silicone HOT WAX brush

To wash the brush (if you want to remove a specific color of wax that may be on the bristles from the last use) simply boil some water and immerse the tips of the bristles only into the hot water. Use a paper towel to remove the excess wax once the wax has melted/softened. After removing the majority of the wax, gently wash the brush bristles under warm water using a little liquid soap (be careful not to pull on the bristles, but instead gently move them in a circular pattern under running water in the palm of your hand). This should remove most of the residual paint. The brush will also work better when the bristles are not covered with wax medium. So it is a good idea to occasionally clean them.

You can also remove excess wax by setting the bristles directly onto the hot box surface allowing some of the wax to melt off the bristles. 

The silicone is heat resistant (made to withstand oven temps) and will not degrade when used on a hot surface.

 

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