Eureka 2 doesn't work: men just don't know what they are. Well, a slight untruth because mine did use one once in his study when I refused to go in the place.
As for the mongeese, I'd better pass on them because according to Maneka Ghandi, I shouldn't be painting with them at all. Naive maybe, but I just managed to convince myself that like the horse hair used in violin bows, it was cut or shaved off once a year and then regrew. Perhaps it is because I know that what I use doesn't come from either of the two endangered species, so is proably farmed.
In which case, how do people know that they can live for twenty years in a farm?
Sorry Mac, getting totally off topic here, but I just don't like synthetic brushes.