Yes If using latex paint, DO NOT use paint thinner to clean the brush, instead use a wire brush and luke-warm water, wait til dried then it's ok to use again. Bill's Painting Lanc P.A. ______________________________________________
No you really should not use this brush for a water based product again. The residue from the paint thinner will never completely be removed. The bristles of the brush are damaged now and will not give you a clean flow to your next project. Better to chalk it up to experience and invest in a new brush. Make sure when you're purchasing it that the cover says for "latex" paints. You can buy a brush, cover reading: "for all paints", or one, cover reading: "for oil based" . When cleaning your brushes (used for latex paint), wash them out in warm water not cold. Cold water makes the paint set-up (dry). You can use dish detergent, but when I don't, have the pro-brush cleaner/conditioner, i like to use shampoo. It does for the brush what it does for your hair. I also use conditioner for the bristles. After you wash out brush thoroughly, apply conditioner and leave it in the brush. Re-form the shape of the brush as to avoid any stray hairs. Wash it out before you use it the next time.
You'll need: Paint thinner, plastic bowl, and a old towel. Fill the plastic bowl halfway with paint thinner. The paint thinner need only be applied to the bristles, or foam section, of the brush in order to remove the polyurethane. Dip the brush tip into the bowl of paint thinner. Cover the entire brush end with paint thinner. Add more paint thinner to the bowl if needed. Leave the brush in the bowl of paint thinner for 15 to 20 minutes. Allow the paint thinner to fully penetrate the polyurethane within the brush . Remove the brush from the bowl and rinse it with Luke warm water. Do not use cold water as this can cause the brush to harden . Avoid using extremely hot water as well as this can cause the glue securing the bristles to loosen and the bristles will fall out . Pat the brush with a old towel. Hope this helps.
Oil based house paint, both interior and exterior should be cleaned from your brushes as soon as possible after you have finished painting using varsol, turpentine or other paint thinner. Oil based artist paints should be cleaned from your brushes as soon as possible after you finish painting using paint thinner or a commercially made brush cleaner, dish soap is also a viable alternative that has been used for many years. The substance is made to cut oil and is safe to use on any type of brush. Where as commercial brush cleaners may utterly destroy the bristles.
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