Kemper Brushes can give either a fine spray of paint, large blobs, spots, cleaning large hole and vase openings and more.
Kemper Clean Up Brush
0.2" wide small head,
0.5" wide large head,
The large end can be used to clean large hole and vase openings; and the small end for small, delicate areas in greenware - such as openings in figurines, teacup handles, and lace patterns. This brush can even be used to clean your own brushes.
Use it to smooth out a ragged line, get rid of an unwanted color and, in general, wipe out mistakes.
The two silicone rubber tips are solvent-resistant and do not absorb. Simply wipe the tool clean. One tip is beveled, while the other is a fine point.
6-1/8" (16 cm) long.
Length: 6" Fine bristles that provide the right degree of stiffness for the short stroke texture techniques used to apply textures to small hard-to-get-at areas. The stainless steel bristles are firmly set in a firm grip, textured aluminum handle.
Length: 5" Many special effects that were difficult (and time consuming) are simple to achieve with a single tool. One stroke is all it takes to make multiple fine lines with these angled bristles. The heat-treated steal bristles are firmly set in a firm grip, textured aluminum handled.
Length: 6 1/2" These bristles are not quite as stiff as the Dry Texturing Brush, and are super for use on soft, damp greenware or clay. The brush is made with stainless steel wires firmly set in a hardwood handle .
Kemper - Scratch and Lift Duster - SLD - Kemper Scratch and Lift Duster is an extremely useful combination tool. One end is a soft brush which is ideal for removing loose particles when dusting the greenware before firing. The heat treated spring steel knife can be used for detailing and lifting fine bird feathers, flower petals and fish scales just to name a few. It also makes an excellent sgraffito tool. The total length is 6 5/8 inch.
Kemper - Spatter Brush Tool - SBT - With the Kemper Spatter Brush Tool, now you can spatter with no mess. This brush can give you a fine spray or cool blobs of paint on your favorite project. Simply point the bar towards the area you are spattering. The paint wont go anywhere else but on your project.