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what brush is best for us collectors to use to dust our figureswhat brush is best for us collectors to use to dust our figures

DBZRuss25DBZRuss251 anno/i faDiary
We all care about our figures take pride and passsion and it's what brought you guys and myself here to ask and explain :)

For me I am currently using a air purifier that I got from home depot seems to keep the room fresh and does the job in removing dust. However not 100% I still have dust I am afraid to use a brush since I have no experience and since I have a expensive hefty collection what do you guys use anything will help me and others who have the same thought in mind
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I use a makeup brush which I uses for erasing in drawing. My figures are not very dusty(I clean them every 2 weeks). But really any artsy brush workXD
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WanderingWastrel (1 anno/i fa) #15885130This. This this this this this this this this. One source: www.1999.co.jp/...ghoX (1 anno/i fa) #15898650I got this one, too. It's definitely better than any make-up brushes.
I got it from amazon though.
The brush costs a little but it's totally worth it.
It makes dusting off the figures a lot easier and quicker.
I can definitely recommend this one.


thank you both for recommending this brush. I have been looking for a decent brush for a long time!
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I generally just use whatever art brushes I have lying around. Obv trying to stick to the newer ones with soft bristles. Also compressed gas.
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WanderingWastrel (1 anno/i fa) #15885130This. This this this this this this this this. One source: www.1999.co.jp/...
I got this one, too. It's definitely better than any make-up brushes.
I got it from amazon though.
The brush costs a little but it's totally worth it.
It makes dusting off the figures a lot easier and quicker.
I can definitely recommend this one.
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theyasminshow (1 anno/i fa) #15879284Tamiya anti-static brush, which is made for figures.
This. This this this this this this this this. One source: www.1999.co.jp/...
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Good to know thanks bourneroyalty (1 anno/i fa) #15880609Mid-quality makeup brushes, preferably fan shaped or the larger blush ones. They have soft and long bristles so it's easier to dust. Also, smaller eyeshadow blending brushes are nice for the cracks/cervices. You can get some pretty nice brushes for cheap, ecotools usually has nice quality brushes. (my ecotools blush brush has lasted me 4+ years, though granted it is actually used for makeup lol)
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Mid-quality makeup brushes, preferably fan shaped or the larger blush ones. They have soft and long bristles so it's easier to dust. Also, smaller eyeshadow blending brushes are nice for the cracks/cervices. You can get some pretty nice brushes for cheap, ecotools usually has nice quality brushes. (my ecotools blush brush has lasted me 4+ years, though granted it is actually used for makeup lol)
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I got some random makeup brush with soft bristles. I had no experience and just went at it. I would say the chances of damaging the figure and paint are slim to none unless you're applying too much force when cramming it in the tight spots.
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theyasminshow Militant Missionary
Tamiya anti-static brush, which is made for figures.
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Sweet I took a snapshot sent it to my sis I seen her use those alot but I bet there used so I'll need to shop for a new one nice this along with the air purifier will work great problem is I have 196 figures some are hqs and some are dioramas oh well

quote=Yanderechii;1478302341;15877749]Dat shits the best. (Not this brand in particular but any does the job)
http://az835686.vo.msecnd.net/images/gallery_huge/84004_fan-brush_zoom.jpg
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