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    Bristle taken care of thanks guys working great now for a 5 dollar brush.

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    I know I'm late to the party, but I was going to say that I only have that happen sometimes when I drybrush. What do you clean your brushes with?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vegascat View Post
    What do you clean your brushes with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vegascat View Post
    I know I'm late to the party, but I was going to say that I only have that happen sometimes when I drybrush. What do you clean your brushes with?
    Spit lol

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    Normally I clean them with masters brush cleaner when I have it but this brush was brand new. Currently making sure i clean the best i can with straight water. Until I get more cleaner

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    Typically when that happens to me (and it does from time to time) it's because the paint hasn't been watered down enough, there isn't enough flow from the body of the bristles to keep the tip moist.

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    For future reference, if a hair on a paintbrush goes astray the best way to remove it is to trace it down to the ferrule, then cut it off there.

    Yanking it out can sometimes loosen the bundle of hairs in the ferrule and you can start losing hairs as you paint.
    Know your materials!

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