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Re: [BKARTS] Removing dried PVA from brushes??



All good ideas so far. I use regular dishwashing detergent, and for more stubborn cleaning acrylic brush cleaner. Then to get the bits out that invariably get stuck between the bristles of the brush a flea comb. There are the really cheap plastic ones, or the better metal ones. Just remember to clean so that glue bits don't build up. Note, these will not be confused with actual fleas...

p.
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