I was trying to coat more than one piece of paper today to do a paper-stock comparison test with palladium printing, and I ran into a problem. After coating my first piece, I washed my brush. I thought I got enough water out of it to coat the second piece, but as it turned out afterward, I was quite deceived. My second piece of paper was woefully under-coated, and so I had poor coverage and weak dmax. What do people do to solve this problem? Do you not wash between coating sheets, and just wash at the end of the coating session? keep multiple brushes around? I'm using the Richeson "magic brush" which does a gorgeous bang-up job of coating when it is dry.