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PostPosted: Wed Mar 20, 2019 7:54 pm 
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Quick question, and apologies if this has been covered before...

Can you keep a brush that has been used with BIN (shellac based) in a Brush Mate (normally meant for oils)?

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No. Just use meths to wash the brush out.

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Or cling film the brush if you are using it again in a day or so.

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Thanks for your replies, much appreciated.

Never thought of using cling film mind you, cheers for the tip :thumbleft:


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I leave the brush in the can and seal the lid all the time saves washing out in meths after every use.


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