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brush cleaning

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LITESAL (LITESAL)
Fri, 12 Jun 1998 15:55:03 -0400


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Dear Fellow Artists, =20
Help, can anyone tell me a QUICK AND EASY (yet effective) way to =
clean oil paint out of brushes? I've been painting for years, and I =
just hate cleaning my brushes!
The way I do it now: clean first with mineral spirits, then =
Murphy's Oil Soap, then plain soap and warm/hot water. Effective, but =
time consuming.
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Thanks in advance,
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Leah

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