– You want to use an unscented, pure, white soap for this. Dial or Ivory would be ideal. With lukewarm water, get your brush completely wet. Once your brush has been saturated, swirl the brush onto the bar of soap until it lathers up nicely. Then, rinse the brush in lukewarm water. Make sure you don’t use water that is to hot or too cold. Also, when rinsing your brushes, don’t get water above the shaft or metal part. If you do it will eventually cause rust which will cause the bristles of the brush to fall out. Gently squeeze out any excess water from the brush and lay it flat on a clean towel and allow them to air dry for at least 6 to 8 hours.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
(New Jersey, NJ)
You can use shampoo or any mild liquid soap.
answered 5 years, 4 months ago
(Princeton Junction NJ)
you can also use shampoo or soap, lather, rinse, let dry naturally (air dry) by lying flat. I really like Aveda Shampure or Philosophy Purity Made Simple for cleansing the brushes.
answered 6 years, 1 month ago
Cleaning the brushes is so easy. Cover FX makes a great brush cleaner or any tea tree oil soap is also great for washing & cleansing the brushes. Let them air dry over night.
answered 6 years, 6 months ago