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Answered 2008-11-23 00:19:10

paint thinner... that removes lots of stuff... but sometimes too much. Or just soap and water. a soak in a warm water, ammonia solution works great, but don't soak too long or you can actually dissolve the glue that's holding the brushes bristols in.

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