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Dana C

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PostSubject: The Masters Brush Cleaner adn preserver   Fri Jun 25, 2010 2:15 am

The Masters brush cleaner and preserver

This is the best cleaner I have ever used!!! If you haven't tried it you ought-to try it. I have used it on my brushes for quite a while, but then I got some wso on some of my good clothes, because I wanted to paint for a while and didn’t take the time to first change my outfit …so I decided to try and clean the spots on my outfits with this cleaner and wow! It just came out with not too much work at all, cool H2O and this cleaner-- rub a little and rinse with a little cool H2O and the paint is off my outfits -- and their looking clean again.

I also put a painting which wasn’t dry all the way in my car on my leather seats -- yes, the oil paint got on my car seat , my husband pointed it out, and was not too happy, Oh, I said, no problem. These paint spots on the seat had been there almost three weeks in the heat in the car and on leather. I hoped when I told him no problem that this cleaner would take it out and sure enough – IT DID A FANTASTIC JOB, SO EASY TO GET IT OFF! thumbs up

Like I said if you haven’t tried it, you should and the great job it does on old dry brush too…You’ll just have to try it to believe it. Dana
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PostSubject: Re: The Masters Brush Cleaner adn preserver   Fri Jun 25, 2010 6:48 am

Thank you for sharing Dana! I've used it and I find it works great as well! It brings by paint brushes back to almost pristine condition. Good to know that it can be used on clothing and other things as well. Smile

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PostSubject: Re: The Masters Brush Cleaner adn preserver   Fri Jun 25, 2010 11:05 am

Yes, I use Masters brush cleaner too. Isn't wonderful how easy these WMOs clean up.
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PostSubject: Re: The Masters Brush Cleaner adn preserver   Fri Jun 25, 2010 3:14 pm

The cleaner is great. I never thought about using it on clothing and car seats, but I'll keep that in mind. I tend to paint without changing clothing also. Thanks....Judy

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PostSubject: Re: The Masters Brush Cleaner adn preserver   Fri Jun 25, 2010 3:53 pm

It is times like this that make forums worthwhile (plus lots of other reasons) Thanks for the advise.
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Dana C

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PostSubject: Re: The Masters Brush Cleaner adn preserver   Fri Jul 02, 2010 8:42 am

You are welcome, hope you all enjoy it and it works well for you -- maybe you'll discover new ways to use it also Laughing
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