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May 01, 2:41 PM [GMT -5]

Great tips any green ideas that keep old paint tools out of the trash and landfills has my support. You can go one step further by choosing a green cleaner there are Eco-friendly brush cleaners available that do not give off nasty odors or evaporate, and are safe to use around kids and pets. I'm an artist and clean paint brushes all the time with this stuff called brush renew and used it to restore an old house paint brush that was hard as a rock came out like new. As an artist I get exposed to a lot of chemicals but my brush cleaner doesn't have to be one of them.

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