Review On "The Masters Brush Cleaner and Preserver"
“The Masters Brush Cleaner and Preserver” Review – If you are an artist brush nut like l am, then you will understand how heartbreaking it is when you end with a pointless brush, or one that ends up looking like its bristles are just never going to go back to shape because you’ve got more paint in your ferrule than on your canvas or palette. I have a huge investment on my high quality brushes so l am always reluctant to retire one and l always treat them with care. After many years of just using hand or dish soap on my brushes, l decided to take the plunge and purchase a brush cleaner called “The Masters Brush Cleaner and Preserver”. You can find this product at most art stores and on Amazon.
I was surprised at how nice this solid white soap that is set into the pot looked and it smelled nice too. On the back are some easy to follow instructions on how to use it.
Really easy to use, you clean the brush as best you can under water, then you move your brush bristles back and forth in the soap pot, lather it up and rinse your brush. It’s great to see how clean they get. You can also feel how soft the bristles are. To condition your brushes you can also lather up the bristles with the soap and leave them till your next painting session. Just a little tip, lay your brushes flat to dry so that the water doesn’t get into the ferrule, as this may cause your bristles to eventually fall apart.
I just find the difference it makes to your brushes really surprising, it seems to be smoother and flow better.
I wish l had of purchased “The Masters Brush Cleaner and Preserver” sooner, in fact l wish l had bought it when l got my first set of brushes about 17 years ago, as it would have helped my brushes look like new. Overall l really love this product.
I am hoping that l can be inspirational and informative. I always feel that paying it forward is a great way to live life. As a self taught artist l will try and share with you what l have learned.