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Wet Paint Brush Storage Systems & Accessories

How to Store Your Paint Brush

How to Store Your Paint BrushYou may wonder how to store your paint brush, particularly if your project is not yet complete. Many painters use jars of solvent to store their paintbrushes. However, this is not always a practical storage method. It can cause the ferrules of the brush to rust and bend. It is also a messy method. Trying to transport jars to the job site can be challenging. There is, however, an excellent solution to this problem. The Brush Mate Storage system is an innovative, time-saving, and efficient option. Furthermore, it is a solution that is easily accessible to professional painters and hobbyists alike.

If you are wondering how to store your paint brush between jobs, Brush Mate is available in 2 different sizes. There is the Trade 4+ which is ideal for the small job and DIY enthusiast. In addition, there is the Trade 20 which can hold up to 20 brushes at a time. Both sizes make Brush Mate the perfect choice for any painter. It works using a vapour. Simply clip your brushes in the container and the vapour gets to work. It will keep the brushes soft and pliable, making them ready for use whenever you need them. Furthermore, this system means that your brushes will not have any hardened paint on the stock. Your paint brush is ready to use, even when you store it wet.

So, if you are wondering how to store your paint brush, remember Brush Mate. The containers are strong and sturdy, guaranteeing no-spill transport. They offer a steel carrying handle as well as a chunky nylon lid. Storing your paint brush has never been as easy. For more details about how Brush Mate is the perfect way to store your paint brush, contact Brush Mate right away! Many painters – both professionals and hobbyists – have saved time, money, and effort by using the innovative and efficient Brush Mate storage system. Our Brush Mate Paint Storage system is also available at highly competitive prices. Get yours today and solve the problem of how to store your paint brush.


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