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Hi all! I'm wondering if anyone has any tips for fixing the fishhook tip that develops on brushes after awhile. Is it even possible? I tried brush shaper with no success (although it's possible/likely there's a technique I don't know about that would make the brush shaper work better) I'd love to replace my brushes less frequently, and salvage some I already have :-)
My wife got me a nice set of brushes for Christmas. Aside from two she got me a few years ago, I have never had nice brushes before.
I have never properly learned how to care for brushes, but would like to do that now.
What resources are out there? What should I buy?
So I was cleaning my brushes today and afterwards I made a new brush cleaning dip cup. Usually when I add brush cleaner to water it just foams up a little like soap, but today it's acting like oil and water and it has a stronger smell. It always has it's soapy chemical smell, but today, when I add it to the water it's stronger, strong enough to make my scalp tighten with the onset of a chemical headache.
I checked our water and it's fine, nothing there.
So, can the winsor & newton brush cleaner/restorer go bad?
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