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(based on 2 ratings)
Brand: Yasutomo & Co.
Located in: Stamping Tools & Accessories
A small 9mm water brush that is portable easy-to-use and convenient! Say good-bye to spills! No mess to clean-up use in anywhere anyplace! Great for travel! Usage instructions are printed on back of package. Caution: Keep out of reach of children. Do not use for other than intended purpose. Be careful not to squeeze the barrel too forcefully or water may spurt out. It is best to empty out the barrel and wipe moisture from the brush tip if storing for a long period of time.
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4.5 stars
(based on 2 reviews)
 
Nice additional tool for watercolors
By razVerified Reviewer from Newport News, Va on 1/30/2009
Pros:
Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight
Describe Yourself:
Value Oriented
Primary use:
Business
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Yasutomo & Co. Yasutomo & Co. Niji Waterbrush Small:

I don't buy dried pan watercolors. I buy tube and squeeze the color letting it dry, rewetting when I want to use them. This small waterbush works very well with watercolors used in this way. If the brush is getting a little dry, I don't squeeze the brush to get more water into the tip. I very slightly sling the brush forward, or "nudge" it forward and stop it abruptly to get the water reloaded into the "bristles". You don't need to do this all the time, but, sometimes you can get the bristles a little dry. As I say, it is a delicate/easy effort. No, it hasn't replace a brush for me. It is a nice added companion tool to brushes and the other objects, i.e. sponges, salt, masking fluid, used in watercolor painting.

 
Nice additional tool for watercolors
By danamarkVerified Reviewer from Newport News, Va on 1/28/2009
Pros:
Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight
Describe Yourself:
Value Oriented
Primary use:
Personal
Bottom Line:
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Comments about Yasutomo & Co. Yasutomo & Co. Niji Waterbrush Small:

I don't buy dried pan watercolors. I buy tube and squeeze the color letting it dry, rewetting when I want to use them. This small waterbush works very well with watercolors used in this way. If the brush is getting a little dry, I don't squeeze the brush to get more water into the tip. I very slightly sling the brush forward, or "nudge" it forward and stop it abruptly to get the water reloaded into the "bristles". You don't need to do this all the time, but, sometimes you can get the bristles a little dry. As I say, it is a delicate/easy effort. No, it hasn't replace a brush for me. It is a nice added companion tool to brushes and the other objects, i.e. sponges, salt, masking fluid, used in watercolor painting.

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