I have used The Right Brush on my own house and they work great.
I, like most pro's, have some major problems with the wrists and hands after years of painting. Most likely it's carpel tunnel but at this point it doesn't matter. I can cramp up pretty fast when brushing and have dropped a brush from cramping and the pain that comes with it. So I tried this brush out when painting my own home's interior. It was nice being able to cut-in walls without the pain.
Do they work? Yes, I had improved production and lower amounts of pain.
Are they for everybody or every situation? No, of course not. It did take some getting used to as I normally use the standard style of brush. The size, 2-1/2 inch, is good for general cutting-in but you will still need other brushes for smaller areas.
The price is low and the quality of the bristles is good. I have used it a few times and it washes well and is still in good shape. I can't say that about many brushes on the market.
Give it a try! I think you will like The Right Brush.
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