I’ll confess that I have a bad habit of leaving my painting supplies lying about. Sometimes forgetting a brush stuck to a palette, finding it days later covered in dried paint. Every once in a while it’s one of my favorites or more expensive brushes so I invest in some cleaner to restore them.
120 ml of Winsor & Newton Brush Cleaner & Restorer $5.99
Masters Brush Cleaner 2.5 oz $8.95
Grand Total: $14.94 plus tax
(this is more then enough to fully restore at least 6 brushes back to their prior glory – in most cases that will cost more then $15 to replace)
They should look gooey and kinda gross by morning like the image above.
If your brush wash container has an agitator use that to remove some of the paint.
– Written by: Echo