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Paint Brush Cleaner & Cleaning Supplies

Uncover our range of Cleaning Products at Discount Art & Craft Warehouse.

We believe that art should be accessible and available to everyone within every budget. Whether you are a professional or a beginner, we aim to provide you with exactly what you need! We stock a wide range of Cleaning Products from the biggest art brands around including Winsor & Newton, General's, Art Spectrum and more.

Quality brush cleaner and cleaning supplies will help ensure your brushes last and your art supplies stand the test of time! At Discount Art n Craft Warehouse we offer Australia-wide delivery so order online today

 

Jasart Byron Ultimate Brush Cleaner

Cleaning Products

FROM $17.95

Revive your beloved synthetic or natural brushes effortlessly with Jasart Byron Ultimate Brush Cleaner. This powerful cleaner cuts through hardened acrylic, oil, and lacquer, restoring your brushes to their former glory.

To use, start by removing any excess paint from your brushes. Generously apply the Ultimate Brush Cleaner, ensuring the bristles are fully covered, and gently massage the cleaner into the bristles.

Rinse thoroughly with water until all cleaner is removed. Drying time will vary based on the condition of your brush.

Available in 250ml and 1L sizes, this brush cleaner is an essential addition to any artist’s toolkit.

 

Winsor & Newton Brush Cleaner

Cleaning Products

NOW $38.70

The Winsor & Newton Brush Cleaner completely cleans dried acrylics, oils and alkyds with no damage to the brush head or fibres.

Non-toxic, biodegradable and non-flammable, Winsor & Newton Brush Cleaner is suitable for use with natural and synthetic brushes.

 

Survival Mini Clean Up Kit

Cleaning Products

NOW $22.15

Survival Mini Clean Up Kit takes the effort out of cleaning & conditioning artist-quality brushes. It contains:

  • 1 x Brush Cleaner 7.1g
  • 1 x Hand Soap 40g
  • 1 x Stain Remover 20g
 

Brush Washer Aluminium

Cleaning Products

NOW $16.05

NAM Brush Washers provide a quick and convenient method for cleaning and drying brushes.

 

Brush Washer Steel Heavy Duty

Cleaning Products

NOW $81.35

NAM Brush Washers provide a quick and convenient method for cleaning and drying brushes.

 

General's Brush Clean Up Kit

Cleaning Products

NOW $20.25

General's Brush Clean Up Kit takes the effort out of cleaning artist-quality brushes. This carded Kit contains:

  • 1 x Hand Soap (non-toxic) 45ml
  • 1 x Brush Cleaner 29ml
 

General's Brush Cleaner & Preserver

Cleaning Products

NOW $25.85

General's Brush Cleaner & Preserver works as:

  1. Cleaner - removes oils, acrylics, watercolours, stains & varnishes
  2. Preserver - conditions the brush which helps to retain spring and lustre.
  3. Restorer - restores old, stiff brushes to a like-new condition
 

Art Spectrum Brush & Hand Cleaner

Cleaning Products

NOW $55.00

Art Spectrum Brush and Hand Cleaner exudes no potent fumes and is harmless on the skin, safely removing both oil and acrylic based paints from brushes, tools and hands. Restore stiff, old brushes and maintain soft and pliable bristles. Non-abrasive, non-toxic and biodegradable.

 

Chroma Incredible Brush Cleaner

Cleaning Products

FROM $15.05

Chroma's Incredible Brush Cleaner is specifically formulated to break through hardened acrylics, oils or lacquers. Suitable for use on synthetic and natural brushes, Chroma's Incredible Brush Cleaner is ideal for revitalising old brushes!

FAQs about Paint Brush Cleaner & Cleaning Supplies

1. Clean your brushes as soon as you've finished using them to prevent buying new ones.

2. Clean your brushes after each session with brush cleaner, soapy water, or shampoo to prevent build-up. Rinse the bristles of the brush completely with lukewarm to cool water until no paint or suds remain.

3. Make every effort to clean the base of the bristles. The vicinity around the ferrule is usually the most challenging to clean, but it's just as essential as the tip in terms of keeping a brush's form. Any paint residue that forms on the bristles at their base will prevent them from coming together at the top.

4. Never store your brushes vertically in water or solvent, as this can permanently damage their shape. The pressure on the brush may cause the bristles to bend or spread out, making them no longer come to a point. Most brushes will never regain their original form if they are left for too long on the bristles.

5. Brush cleaning is best done with a clean, dry cloth. Make sure the bristles are not resting on top of one another or against the tips of other brushes, as this can deform them. Many painters store their brushes in canvas pouches with individual compartments for each brush or in drawers. 

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What are art cleaning products and supplies?

Cleaning supplies and products are materials used to cleanse, disinfect, and remove dirt and debris from surfaces. In the art world, these materials are essential for maintaining the condition of works of art and preventing damage.

Are there different types of cleaning supplies in art?

There are a variety of art cleaning products and supplies available on the market, each designed for a specific purpose. For example, there are cleaners specifically for oil paintings, watercolours, and sculptures. Other products are designed for general cleaning and can be used on a variety of surfaces.

What are the benefits of using cleaning supplies for your art?

There are a number of benefits to using art cleaning supplies. First, they can help maintain the condition of works of art. Second, they can prevent damage to works of art. Finally, they can make cleaning easier and more efficient.

What do art cleaning supplies include?

Some common art cleaning supplies include cleaners, brushes, and sponges. Cleaners can be either water-based or solvent-based. Brushes are used to apply cleaners and remove dirt and debris. Sponges can be used to apply cleaners and absorb spills.

What is the best way to use art cleaning supplies?

The best way to use art cleaning supplies depends on the type of product being used. Water-based cleaners should be used on porous surfaces, while solvent-based cleaners should be used on non-porous surfaces. Brushes and sponges should be used according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

What are some common mistakes when using art cleaning supplies?

Some common mistakes when using art cleaning supplies include using the wrong type of cleaner on a surface, using too much pressure when cleaning, and not rinsing surfaces after cleaning.

How often should art cleaning supplies be used?

Art cleaning supplies should be used as needed to maintain the condition of works of art. Depending on the type of product being used, they may need to be used daily, weekly, or monthly.

What do artists use to clean paint brushes?

Most artists use a brush cleaner specifically designed for paint brushes. These cleaners typically contain mild soaps or detergents that remove paint and other debris from the bristles without damaging the brush. Some artists also use white vinegar or other household cleaners to clean their paint brushes. However, it is important to test these products on a small area of the brush first to ensure they will not damage the bristles.

What are some things to avoid while using art cleaning supplies?

There are a few things to avoid while using art cleaning supplies. First, do not use products that are not specifically designed for the type of surface you are cleaning. Second, do not use too much pressure when cleaning as this can damage the surface. Finally, do not use cleaners that contain harsh chemicals or solvents as these can damage the surface or be harmful to the environment.

What are some tips for using art cleaning supplies?

Here are a few tips for using art cleaning supplies:

- Read the labels carefully and follow the directions.
- Dispose of any cleaner properly when finished.
- Avoid using cleaners that contain harsh chemicals or solvents.