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Old 02-13-2009, 10:00 AM   #16
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Any good tops for keeping paint from drying on the sides of the brush?


buletbob, good to hear I'm not the only one who's anal enough to polish the bezels on the brushes.. My wife says I love my tools more than her. Not true, but probably pretty close I buy the big boxes of Scotchbrites at Sam's Club and go through probably four boxes a year. Great for cleaning tools and prepping metal surfaces.

I've found Krud Kutter helpful for cleaning dried latex, diluted probably about 6 to 1 or so. Full strength will eat latex right off the wall
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buletbob, good to hear I'm not the only one who's anal enough to polish the bezels on the brushes.. My wife says I love my tools more than her. Not true, but probably pretty close I buy the big boxes of Scotchbrites at Sam's Club and go through probably four boxes a year. Great for cleaning tools and prepping metal surfaces.

I've found Krud Kutter helpful for cleaning dried latex, diluted probably about 6 to 1 or so. Full strength will eat latex right off the wall
Being a fourth generation general contractor, my great grandfather always said that you can always tell a good contractor by the condition he keeps his tools, truck,and job site in.
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