That all seems good except the trash that is created by the
disposable aprons. Keeping clothes clean is important, and an old t-
shirt will work, until it comes to peeling it off, and then what? It
gets thrown in a pile and someone else could put it on
backward...paint on clothes. In 40 minute periods I find that smocks
have to be self serve. It's a tad complicated.
On Mar 15, 2010, at 1:44 PM, Betty wrote:
> I like the taklon bristles and plastic handles. Sometimes they have
> to bring me their brush so I can check it. Usually I'll give them
> all a good wash every couple of classes. Prima brush cleaner for an
> overnight soak occasionally. I keep kiss off stain remover out and
> a bag of 100 plastic disposable aprons. I LOVE the new no-stick
> pallettes. We paint on them for a couple of weeks then carefully
> peel up the paint layer for use in collages, etc. Acrylic is worth
> the trouble.
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