It doesn’t make much sense to create a masterpiece made out of wood without ensuring that the wood is protected and looks great, does it?
You want to protect the wood and keep it looking its best, which is where the top brands come into play. With Perdura, Wooster and other brands you get the best brushes for staining wood possible. You can find sets that have every brush imaginable, and specific brushes are also available that help you with precision.
Because I know it is important for you to have options, I have included single products and multiple-brush products for your review.
|#||Brush for staining||Size|
|1||Perdura DECK BOSS |
|2||Perdura Rapid Stain |
|3||Wooster Bravo Stainer||4 inches|
|4||Linzer Project Select||6 inches|
|5||Wooster Brush Shortcut Angle Sash||2 inch|
|6||Perdura Duet Sash Trim Paint Brush||2 inch|
|7||Presa Premium Brushes Set||1-3 inches|
|8||Loew-Cornell Foam Brush Set||2 inches|
If you have a full floor or deck to stain, you may worry that it will take forever to complete. However, with the Perdura DECK BOSS Fence and Floor Applicator, you have nothing to fear. Perdura is known around the globe for producing high-quality products that are both durable and easy to use.
The 7-inch deck brush helps you stain, paint and seal products quickly. Because it is so large, you can get done faster than with other brushes. You can load up your brush get in between the cracks, and much more with one stroke.
This is the one that professionals pick every time. It outlasts and outperforms many paint pads rollers, gadgets, and brushes but up to 10x. Plus, their fast-clean design ensures that the lifespan of the brush is extensive.
The Perdura Stain Brush Fence Applicator doesn’t come with poles, so which ones do I need to purchase?
This is an excellent question. The DECK BOSS brand uses a universal thread, so that means your product is compatible with almost any paint pole on the market. In fact, you can use a household broom handle in a pinch. Of course, if your goal is to look professional, you should choose a lightweight pol that is about five or six feet in length.
This staining brush is five-inches wide and about one-inch thick. It works well with both oil and water based coatings. Its handle is wooden and curved to fit comfortably in your hand. Plus, the bush’s high-quality materials help you achieve high-quality results.
Professional Quality, Professional Results
Why I Love this Brush
I love that this brush is designed to work. It comes in attractive packaging and is easy to assemble. While the bristles are dense and hold onto product well, this brush is simple to clean and care for. Plus, Pedura brushes feature a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Complaints about this brush are few and far between, but there are a few things to know before buying. The handle is removable so that you can use a painting pole in its place, but the brush is best enjoyed as a hand tool. Additionally, you may need to purchase a steel comb to thoroughly clean the bristles.
I highly recommend this brush because of its impressive quality, sturdy design, and ease of use and care.
It is one of the best brushes on the market because it gives you excellent and consistent results with any oil-based wood stain or sealer. This brush has a white China bristle and a squared construction, which ensures that it is wide enough to cover a large area. It also ensures that your stain goes on smoothly and evenly.
One of the things I really like about this product is the threaded hardwood handle, which has a bucket clip that can be removed and used with an extension pole.
Can you use the Wooster Brush for Wood Conditioner?
Many people have used this brush for applying wood conditioner without issue. The brush itself is highly sturdy, which means you can use it for thicker products and on rougher wood. However, the key is that you can use it to hold a lot of conditioner and it still releases it in a more controlled way.
Many people have also wondered if the Wooster brush can be used for acrylics, and many have found that it works well.
While this Linzer brush may not be as “professional” as the Pedura above, it’s a wonderful choice for anyone on a budget. Compared to other wide staining brushes, this one is surprisingly affordable, with many comparable features. If you’re looking for a simple but useful staining tool, this brush may be a great choice.
This multi-purpose brush is six-inches wide and about one inch thick. It is suitable for a wide variety of wood stains and can also be used for paints. The bristles are made of polyester and the handle is made of molded plastic. Additionally, the handle is threaded and removable in case you want to use an extension pole.
Reasonable Price and Reliable Results
Although flexible bristles are preferable for many projects, they can present challenges in some situations. For instance, this brush may not work well for overhead projects due to dripping. The flexible bristles may also fray quickly leading to messier results. Additionally, when compared to high-end brushes, the bristles in this brush fall out more easily.
This brush may not be top-of-the-line, but I still think it’s a good option. However, for larger projects, fast workers, or overhead work this brush might not be the best choice.
Wooster is a trustworthy brand that has been making quality brushes since the 1800s, and this brush is no exception. While it is rather small, it’s unique handle makes it particularly well-suited for small and hard to reach places. If your wood projects feature a lot of detail or hard to reach crevices, this brush might be the best choice for you.
The bristles on this detailed brush are a nylon and gold polyester blend that is suitable for stains and paints of all types. Plus, it features a large and durable ferrule made of brass plated steel. The handle is about two inches long and flexible which means you will have an easier time maneuvering it in and out of tight spaces.
Easy to Use, Easy to Store
I love that this brush fits nearly anywhere when staining, painting, or storing. However, it’s worth noting that the short handle may not work well for people with large hands. Also, because of the handle’s flexibility, it can take some time to get used to this brush.
All in all, this brush is a favorite of ours for finishing up projects and any necessary touch-ups.
As I’ve already mentioned, you can’t go wrong with a Pedura brush. These two brushes are part of Pedura’s Pro Series and specifically designed for trim and detailed work. Like other Pedura brushes, these are made with high-quality materials and a beautiful design.
The More the Merrier
While these small brushes are excellent for detailed work, the stiff wooden handles may prevent users from getting into tight spaces. Still, the benefits of these brushes far outweigh this subtle flaw. Plus, they are backed by an impressive satisfaction guarantee.
I recommend these brushes for small staining projects and detailing large projects.
You get the ability to hold up to 30 percent more paint, which means you can get done with your work faster. You also get a smooth, even release of the paint or stain because the premium filaments are used and give more precision.
The Presa premium paint brush is also heavy-duty, which means it can handle abrasive surfaces and more. The filaments are easy to clean and durable, which means you won’t be replacing it as often and can reuse the brushes as often as necessary.
They are all the same size (2 inches) and have a short wood handle. They are perfect for acrylic use and for craft painting, but they can also be used to stain baseboards, trims, and much more.
Now that you know you need to stain the wood, it is essential that you choose the right brush to help you. We have looked into the four top brushes available for staining wood that are on the market for you to buy.
If you’re wondering why the list was made, it’s because the market is full of brushes and products that make it hard for people to determine what is going to work best for their needs.
Many companies might choose inexpensive materials to give an inexpensive brush, but these products may not be suitable for your needs. Instead, it is better to learn as much as you can about them before you determine which one is good for you.
The technologies behind staining brushes haven’t changed much in the last few decades. However, there are some innovations now as there have been in the past. We’ve seen that with the Perdura Stain Brush Fence Applicator and other products. Of course, some of them haven’t changed (and probably should), such as the 20-pack of foam brushes.
Regardless of your needs and skill level, any of these brushes listed here can be helpful to you in the right situation. Learning a bit more about them can ensure that you make the right choice.
Now that you have learned more about each of these four products, you are better prepared to choose one that fits your needs. If you have a large job, the fence applicator brush may be more suitable, but if you have a small job (such as trims around the home), you may do well with the foam brushes (20-pack). Either way, you know more about them and what others like about them and can make an informed decision.