Hi! (: Try washing your brushes with this, I have found this works very very well! Take a paper plate or a bowl. Put dawn dish soap (antibacterial) (I like the green apple scented one), and poor a pile of that onto one half of the plate and then add Extra virgin olive oil to the other side of the plate. Dip your brushes in the dawn soap first and wet the brush and start stroking your hand with your brush like you would if you were painting. and then squeeze the brush and rinse it. You may have to repeat this process a few times till the water runs clear from the brush. Then dip it in the olive oil, again pretend to paint your hand (as this is to be gentle and not hurt the hairs). after it feels saturated once again wash it with the dawn soap. Let the brushes dry upside down. I know this is something we need some sort of brush hanging rack or something but you basically want the hairs to be facing the ground but not touching any surface. this is because gravity will pull the water out of the brush with out soaking deeper into the handle of the brush and messing up the glue holding the handle to the hairs. If you have ever had a brush fall apart this could have been the culprit!
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