What size and what shape tip do you use for lubing switches?
Ever since @Walkerstop made a topic about it, I’ve been using makeup applicators. Before then, I used a very tiny, thin-tipped brush, although I don’t know what the brand or the type is, since it was one I found in a bin.
I just use thin art brushes. Small brushes usually come shaped sharply but you can snipped the tip off into a flat line with scissor. Smallest art brushes are handy for applying thick lube thinly.
I like flat brushes in the 0-2 range.
I also have this set that works well: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B077NYY3GS/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I think mine is a 0 I got at Michaels for a few dollars. I use a bigger one for the stabs
Thanks every one!
Found a better one, Flat/filbert size 2 is perfect. https://www.amazon.com/Princeton-Artist-Brush-Select-Synthetic/dp/B009ONNM2M/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=princeton+select+flat+shader&qid=1575838306&sr=8-1
Oil version. Not sure of the difference.
Just echoing but size 0 is good for switches. 00 can become a bit tedious as it doesn’t hold enough lube.