Discussion in 'The Brush' started by swarden43, Jun 14, 2021.
They were all new when you got 'em. We all thought it. It needed to be said.
Well he remembers when they cluttered up his purdy brush with the word "Sterilized".
Didn't he mention in another thread that he had raised the boars?
And yet he denies there was any anthrax in those brushes ...........
sorry Fuzzy it was too easy.
@wchnu made so much noise about it that historians call it the "Roaring 20's." Well, at least Fuzzy is consistent.
I was talking about @wchnu nicknamed Fuzzy
Corrected my post. Thanks.
At this part, I definitely think the temperature matters. Warm or hot water breaks down and melts the ingredients which would seem to help in washing them away, yes?
I always pre-soak. My routine is to fill my sink with hot water. Then place my surabachi bowl that I use for lathering and the brush I am going to use, into the sink full of hot water. Then I let them heat up and soak while I am taking my shower.
On a side note, I will say that both of my Simpson brushes are the "worst" ones that I use. They shed horribly and have done so since day one of my ownership.
I'll give you warm or hot during the rinse may get out more sludge. Seems logical. Cold seems to get out enough gunk that I haven't noticed any buildup.
I haven’t rinsed my brush in three years and it is just fine. It started as an experiment, now it is a way of life. After all it is just soap on it. I think most folks rinse and dry and that is just fine I don’t think it makes much difference, just do as you like.
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