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Crown Paint Brushes

Crown Paint Brushes

The bristles of the Crown Brush are tiered-shaped, ending with a domed top.
Available in the following sizes: 1/8', 3/8', 1/2', 3/4' , and 1'.
We are sorry the 1/4' crown has been discontinued, and advise size 1/8' or 3/8' as a replacement.

Crown brushes 360

Techniques for Using Sharon B's Crown Brushes

Paint brush widths that you will most commonly find are 1″ – 3″ with some specialty brushes being up to 5 inches. Typically smaller width brushes are great for delicate work and small hard to reach areas while the wider 2-3 inch brushes are great for cutting in ceiling and trim as you won’t have to dip these brushes back into your paint as often. Using a 3” or 4” paint brush (not included), apply a thin first coat, then immediately follow with a heavier top coat. It cures completely in two to four hours and covers about 40 sq. That’s nearly twice the coverage of competitive products! Zinsser BIN Brush Cleaner. More options available. Remove Zinsser® B-I-N® and most types of dried-on paint from brushes with ease using B-I-N® Brush Cleaner and Restorer.

Loading the Crown Brush

Hold the brush in the middle of the handle and slowly roll the bristles across the edge of the paint puddle. Make sure the bristles are fully loaded all the way to the ferrule.

Tipping the Crown Brush

Roll only the tip of your brush across the edge of the paint puddle. Less paint will be absorbed into the bristles, allowing for a lighter or smaller application.


Crown Brush Set


Load your brush and tap the excess paint off on the paper palette to open up the hair. Gently tap or dab your brush, creating a random pattern. You can use this technique for leaf clumps, distant trees, and background bushes.

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Scribble paint over the surface in curving brushstrokes in both directions, creating a textural application. You can use this technique to create cloud formations.

Dry Brush/Dragging


Lightly drag your dry brush across the paper, applying only trails of paint. This technique is perfect for old wood buildings and fences.