How to clean face painting brushes

First, you want to wash the paint off the brushes under the faucet with warm water.
Next you want to use a bar soap, liquid hand soap, or baby shampoo or body wash. Squirt a little soap on your fingers and apply it to the hairs from ferrule to hair tips. Gently squeeze the hairs from ferrule to hair tips over and over adding a little water at a time. Rinse and repeat until the water runs clear. Make sure when you are rinsing to keep the brush hairs pointing down.
After your brushes have a good bath, brush them off a little on a clean paper towel and lay them to dry on their side on a paper towel or a regular towel. It is also a good idea to reshape the brush. Lay kabuki’s and any other stand-up brush on their side. Never leave them to dry brush hairs up in a brush holder.
Lastly, let brushes dry completely before using. Dry time will depend on size and brush density.
If you handle these brushes with care, they will last a very long time and you will have the pleasure of making beautiful artwork.
Tips: Alcohol is not an effective sanitizer for brushes and sponges. It can promote the growth of bacteria if used in small amounts. Any traces of the alcohol left on the brush or sponge can cause pain to sensitive tissue (like the eye area).

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