This thread is a continuation of our original "Things I Love" thread.
I did that with an old Purdy brush filled with dried oil base paint. Just used plain old Klean Strip stripper, probably the same thing as the brush cleaner but thicker.That I've saved probably $150.00 on paint brushes.
I'm the worst there is for cleaning a paint brush. I won't do it in a customer's sink and always tell myself...I'll take care of that later. Later never comes.
I had 10-12 quality brushes that were latex-covered and as hard as rocks...some a year or two old.
I read a recent post about using Klean Strip brush cleaner and bought a gallon.
Spent maybe a half hour with all the brushes and they are like new...ready for the next use.