Pink Soap 12-Ounce Brush Cleaner and Conditioner (00132-66)
($0.96 / Fl Oz)
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|Ingredients||Ingredients are nonhazardous and/or considered trade secrets|
|Item Weight||12 Ounces|
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- Conforms To Astm D-4236
- Ap Non-Toxic
- Country Of Origin : United States
- Product Height : 2.25 Inches
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Speedball Mona Lisa Pink Soap Brush Cleaner is an ideal brush cleaner that cleans oils, acrylics and water paints. It contains a conditioner that leaves no greasy after feel and has a pleasant smell. Soap does not contain chlorides, alkalis, phosphates, solvents or alcohol. Made in the USA. 12 ounces.
Ingredients are nonhazardous and/or considered trade secrets
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Tip: If you happen to use acrylics and are washing dried paint off a brush, I recommend having a strainer in your sink or closing the drain while washing the brush: the dried acrylic paint was plasticky and might cause pipe troubles being washed down. It’s easy to scoop up and strain, though.
I haven’t cleaned my brushes in months and some possibly over a year. I know. I’m an animal. Anyways...
The oil paint came RIGHT OUT I put a drop of it on a brush I haven’t touched in months and most of it dripped right off.
My acrylic brushes however were more stubborn since I haven’t cleaned them in over a year and acrylic is no joke. Whoopsies... however even tho it’s been so long since the acrylic was washed off, most of it came off! I was expecting those babies to be dead and gone but there’s hope left! Will definitely buy again!
This might work for acrylics, but if you are an oil painter, I wouldn't waste time on it. Spare yourself the hassle and just get some Masters or curd soap.
However, the company should add some more quality control as the lid on my bottle was not closed all the way and at least 1/8th of the bottle leaked out into the package. Not a huge deal as it was sealed into a plastic wrap before being placed in the box. Just made a mess to clean up before I could even use it. An inside seal would work perfect to prevent the lid from slipping open and leaking.
I bought this product solely for getting the gesso out of my brush, and it works beautifully for that. What I do is, I have one brush used exclusively for gesso'ing. I keep 2 wide-mouthed glass jars (old pickle jars) and a pitcher of water handy. I rub a little Pink Soap into the ferrel of my gesso brush, just a bit, wipe with a paper towel, then I gesso my pages as usual. When I'm done, I pour some water into one of the jars, then I rinse out my brush in that. I add a little more pink soap to the brush, work it in and watch the gesso work out of the brush like magic. (Sometimes I have to do this twice.) I repeat the rinse, then I pour some water into the other jar and do a clean rinse in it of the brush. That usually completes the brush cleaning. I pour out the jar water on my grass outside my back door, wipe out the jars, and nothing goes down my sink.
The Pink Soap keeps my brush soft and pliable, too. No more stiff brushes because no paint is left in its hair to dry hard. And, sometimes when I am interrupted in my arting and need to keep my brush "wet", I rub some pink soap into it and it keeps it from drying out. I just rub my brush with a paper towel to get the excess pink soap out. This stuff does not interact with my paints and it also has a nice pleasant scent, like baby powder. And it goes a long way, too. So, it has become a staple in my art studio.
The directions say it is for all artist paints types, and after reading the other reviews, I see it is a good degreaser (although I use my trusty Dawn dishwashing liquid for that purpose). However, I will try using the Pink Soap on stuff that Dawn doesn't clean well. I know that the Pink Soap will get paint out of brushes that I thought I cleaned well enough with Dawn, so I guess it does work better.
I am very happy with this product, and because a little goes a long long way, the cost seems high but it lasts a long long time. So, it is a small prcie to pay for me to know that I'll always be able to get my brushes clean and conditioned.
Top reviews from other countries
I use this for chalk paint removal from all brushes, does a pretty good job at removing the finishing wax from the brushes as well