So, how do you store paint brushes between paintings? This is a question on many DIY painters and artists’ lips. It can be a personal choice.
However, does your personal choice damage your paintbrushes? Some people believe that it is okay to store your paintbrushes upside down in a jar of solvent or water until the next painting session. Others believe that paintbrushes should lie flat on an adsorbent towel.
What if you found out about an excellent way to store your paint brushes between painting sessions? One that is easy to use and didn’t damage your brushes?
Welcome to Brush Mate!
This is an innovative system that makes life easier for both painters and DIY enthusiasts. It removes the need to store wet varnish and gloss paint brushes in jars of solvent. This can be both time consuming and cause a mess. Many times, the ferrules rust and the bristles of the paint brushes bend. Furthermore, it is likely that the paint hardens in the stock and it can be difficult to transport them as they are likely to spill in your van, causing a huge mess. However, with Brush Mate, this can be a thing of the past.
How it works
The Brush Mate Trade 20, Trade 4+ or the new addition, the Brush Bucket, contains a unique vapour system. All you need to do is simply clip your paint brushes into this container. What happens then is that the unique vapour system keeps your brushes soft and pliable. As such, they’re ready to use when you need them. Furthermore, your paint brushes are ready for use merely hours after inserting them into the Brush Mate. The great thing is, you can leave your paint brushes in the Brush Mate for weeks or even months, and they will still be ready for use.
Storing your paint brushes between paintings is now easier and more convenient than ever before. Contact Brush Mate today and find out more details. We believe that you will enjoy our innovative paint brush storage system.