Re: Narrow brayers
Ok thanks very much Diane for the advice, I will try out your brush idea, don't know why I never thought of brushing in and rolling over brush marks with a brayer.
I think on the narrow brayers, to save money I'm going to just buy a couple of Speedball 6" brayers, take the rollers off the handles, pound out the steel shaft and take a few narrow slices off one end of the rollers and build a new handle for it. The roller has a plastic insert so my chop saw blade should cut right through the roller like butter. Will save money, the speedball brayers are only about 12 bucks. Only question is how the cut edge of the rubber will come out, hope it is a smooth cut.
I'll tell you how it works out after I try it.