The Masters Brush Cleaner and Preserver - 75ml

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Description

Clean, condition, and restore your paint brushes like magic!

Using only water, The Masters Brush Cleaner and Preserver cleans wet and dry oil paint, acrylic, alkyds, watercolour, stains, and varnishes.

It removes oils, acrylics, watercolours, stains, and varnishes and helps prevent paint build-up in the ferrule. I…
Clean, condition, and restore your paint brushes like magic!

Using only water, The Masters Brush Cleaner and Preserver cleans wet and dry oil paint, acrylic, alkyds, watercolour, stains, and varnishes.

It removes oils, acrylics, watercolours, stains, and varnishes and helps prevent paint build-up in the ferrule. It also prevents the hardening and build-up so common with today's acrylic paints.

It works beautifully on the finest sable and bristle brushes, and it makes painting with nylon and synthetic brushes a pleasure by conditioning the brush so that it holds more colour and helps lay down a smoother more even flow. For best results use The Masters after every session to keep your brushes as good as new.

There is no need to throw away old brushes with dried-on oil paint, no matter how hard the bristles are. The Masters restores old, stiff brushes to like new condition. Again, simply wet with water, swirl, lather and let brush sit a while before rinsing. Repeat process until all the paint is removed. Your brushes will be reconditioned and you will have a 'new' old brush.


Instructions:
1. Rinse brush in warm water.
2. Swirl brush in compound and work into lather, rinse and repeat as necessary until brush is clean.
3. Rinse thoroughly.

For hard oil paint brushes:
1. Repeat above process as often as necessary.
2. Let brush set with cleaner on bristles for a short period.
3. Resume process until brush is clean.

Leave clear lather on brush to shape and condition bristles.
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RRP £12.95
Our Price £11.65

Availability: In stock

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