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cleaning brushes, best way


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If never done it. Infact i did the other week on a the Gardiners orange brush as we done a first clean off a house in about 20 years and it turned the brand new sexy orange brush black. It's still black :1f61e:

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Cleaning brushes!!

If a brush gets filthy after a first clean or conny roof etc i may run it under a garden tap to get the muck out but that is it

Usually i pick the spiders webs off the stock if it looks bad but that is it

A filthy brush cleans itself after a couple of clean windows..just means you need to rinse those windows well lol

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