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carol lang

How to select and care for paint brushes for colored cocoa butter

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Choosing the best brushes and then keeping them in optimum condition is what my question is about.  

Any advice is welcomed


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I run them under hot water, put a bit of detergent in the sink and squish the brush in the detergent until it's clean.

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I'll add that Melissa Coppel says that she prefers natural brushes, but I prefer synthetic. My experience with natural brushes is that they shed more than synthetic. My current set is a mid-range ($5-10 a brush) and they're holding up great.

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Missed the 'select' 'question - I like the taklon brushes. 

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