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    Here is another option with good prices..got mine here.

    http://www.jerrysartarama.com/art-su...es/online/2101
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    I toodled over to Jerry's in Raleigh, NC on Saturday. Lots of Brushes, no Richeson 9010 brushes in 2.5". Ordered it on the web. Wonder if the web store and the real store are run out of the same location.

    No doubt about it Jerry's has some good prices.

    Oh yeah, but the 9010 brushes they had there really felt nice.
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    Richeson 9010

    The Richeson 9010 is the "magic" brush everyone is exalting? I thought that alt. process plat./pall. does not work with a metal ferrule.The metal is supposed to react with the metals in the process? Right? Wrong? I usually just buy a high quality hake brush and they work fine. Someone please clarify this for me
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    Peters,
    There is no problem with a metal ferrule on the 9010 brush. For one thing you are not using "that part of the brush" to coat the paper. The only problem with the 9010 is the paint cracking over time and flakes falling on the coating but this is easily taken care of by removing paint from the brush or as I have done coat the handle with the rubber coating material used for hand tools.
    I believe " don't use a brush with a metal ferrule" is one of those rules like " you can't use dichromate in the developer to control contrast with straight palladium". Some of those rules are just a bit out dated.

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    Yup, there are a lot of techical changes in what is a very old technology. So, if you don't pay attention to the technical side of things, you could be missing out on some productivity improvements that make your life easier and your photography better.
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