First of all, you need to decide what the instrument you are going to buy is intended for and what you can count on in case of a purchase.1. Painting tools from Chinese manufacturers are extremely poor quality. So, in no case is it better not to purchase: Chinese paint rollers, cheap spray guns with a lower tank, spatulas. In this case, the roller will not live even an hour of work, the spray gun is almost the same, the spatulas are made of very thin steel and bend strongly. Items such as cuvettes, rags and other accessories can be purchased.2. Painting tools from a domestic manufacturer. First you need to make sure that this is exactly the production of Russia or Belarus. It is necessary to purchase rollers from which it is the bobbin that is replaced, and without any wisdom - by putting it on the clasp ( handle), and nothing else.3. The tool of production of the Scandinavian countries: Sweden, Finland, Norway - most often it is of good quality, but there are nuances here: either a household tool ( which is at the level of our professional) or professional ( very expensive, for example, a spatula costs $ 50 and expensive). It is enough for a long time, and you will not regret purchasing such a tool.4. Painting tools made in Germany - usually good. Look at the packaging and the EAN code ( German barcode starts with 401 or 402). In Germany, construction tools are generally very cheap - a good screwdriver costs about $ 35-50.5. Instruments made in England and the USA are very rare. Nevertheless, if this is a real production, then these countries supply good quality goods, and you can safely purchase it for any purpose.Paint brush - which one to choose?Paint brushes come in different shapes, bristles, materials, and so on. Each brush is designed for certain types of painting work, or more precisely, for painting certain surfaces. Let's find out which brush is more convenient to paint and which one is not worth it?Fleets brushes - " classic" flat paint brushes. The flutz usually has a small thickness, a rather long handle. The bristles are usually natural, less often artificial. You can paint anything you want with a flute, but it is most convenient to paint flat surfaces, corners, pipes and other profiles. Fleitz is a universal brush for almost all types of surfaces. It is the most flexible paint brush available. For painting pipes, it is better to cut the flange brush by 1\/3 - \u00bd of the bristle length, and wrap the joint between the bristles and the holder with a small strip of fabric.Another variant of the flute is the so-called radiator brush... It is a flat paintbrush, usually with a long handle, longer than a regular paint brush. Radiator brushes are quite large: almost up to a meter long and more than 150 mm wide. Such a brush also differs from a flute in that its handle is bent at an angle at a short distance from the bristle holder. Otherwise, these brushes are almost identical. The radiator brush is used for painting sectional structures - the angled handle provides good access to the corners and gaps between the profiles. Do not use this brush for painting or priming ceilings - paint will drip off. Among all paint brushes, the radiator is the least used, and it is not always in stores. It is convenient to use such a brush for painting distant corners, quarters, and so on, but only if you place it at the height, but not overhead. It is better to paint with a radiator brush while holding it " Butt".The round brush is convenient for painting hard-to-reach places - quarters of windows and doors, U-shaped profiles. A thick round brush is generally awkward to work with. The handle of this brush is usually long, the handle is wooden, the bristles are almost always natural. Not very convenient when painting pipes and other oval and round profiles and objects. \u201c Takes away\u201d a lot of paint, but \u201c gives away\u201d little.The oval paint brush is a hybrid of a flute and a round brush. Much less widespread. It " takes" a lot of paint on itself - this is an obvious inconvenience and at the same time a plus if it is difficult to dip it into a jar. Oval brushes can be used to paint corners, quarters and flat surfaces, not recommended for pipes and irregular profiles.