Discussion in 'Tutorials' started by Neolithium, Jan 2, 2013.
Why on earth would they not allow the sale of Borax to a private person?
It's Sweden. Fill in your own explanation.
I don´t know, I didn´t knew what borax was, so I googled it and read about it. Here in Sweden there is a lot of strange rules.
Just like here in New Jersey!
Thank you for the info. I have several brushes with silver tip bagger and one synthetic. I clean them with Dove dIsh soap. I soak them for about a half hour in hot water. I then rInse and dry them on a clean dry towel. It seems to work well and there is no smell of new or any other funk. Your process seems to work very good.
I'm kinda late to this thread, but I have never seen the necessity to clean my brushes, be they boar, badger, horse or synthetic. Yes, I have tried the Oxi-Clean treatment, per the fellow at Whipped Dog on new badger knots I've installed. Most new natural hair brushes have some kind of odor, but it goes away quickly with use. I rinse my brushes after each use. I have never had a brush mildew, mold or "funkify" in any way shape or form, regardless of where I store it after rinsing and shaking and toweling dry -- bristles up or down, inside my cabinets or outside. The only brush I ever had that in any way seemed dirty when I got it was a recently acquired brand new monster Vulfix super badger with a 30-some mm knot that put out some brown coloring in the first couple of soap-ups and rinses. So what am I missing? Anybody else out there that has the almost total lack of the problems reported here?
Thanks Neo! Can't wait to try this
Yeah I've still never had to clean one. But I know that borax is a great for a lot of things.
Hold my beer. Beeing from Belgium we know a thing or two about fries. Taste is a different thing but the real deal is always with mayo...
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I've never felt or seen a need to clean a brush. After all, I am using soap and rinsing the offending human particles post use.
Interesting thread. I do occasionally clean my brushes. Yes, we use "soap" on them everyday, but that soap contains a lot of fat---animal or otherwise. Rinsing is good, of course, but we all know that oil and water do not mix. Therefore, fat will eventually build up in the knot. My cleaning method is 5 parts water to 1 part white vinegar (a very mild solution). Thorough soak/mild agitation/thorough rinse. Basta.
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