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Clean A Paint Brush

clean a paint brush

    paint brush
  • A North American plant that bears brightly colored flowering spikes with a brushlike appearance

  • when an opposing player brushes his/her arm pit hairs in your face during a spike.

  • A brush for applying paint

  • The term brush refers to devices with bristles, wire or other filaments, used for cleaning, grooming hair, make up, painting, surface finishing and for many other purposes.

  • when the hitter swings hard but only "brushes" the bottom of the ball; ball often drops behind the blockers for a kill.

  • Make (something or someone) free of dirt, marks, or mess, esp. by washing, wiping, or brushing

  • free from dirt or impurities; or having clean habits; "children with clean shining faces"; "clean white shirts"; "clean dishes"; "a spotlessly clean house"; "cats are clean animals"

  • Remove the innards of (fish or poultry) prior to cooking

  • make clean by removing dirt, filth, or unwanted substances from; "Clean the stove!"; "The dentist cleaned my teeth"

  • clean and jerk: a weightlift in which the barbell is lifted to shoulder height and then jerked overhead

clean a paint brush - Linzer PA-1125S

Linzer PA-1125S 5-Piece Time Saver Better Quality Polyester Brush Set

Linzer PA-1125S 5-Piece Time Saver Better Quality Polyester Brush Set

Linzer Products Corporation has been providing excellence in the painting industry since 1892. We make paint brushes, roller covers, pad painters, tools and accessories for everyone from the professional to the first-time painter. We offer consistently high quality merchandise with a value unmatched in the industry. And we continue to develop new and exciting products for both professional and DIY painters.Good qualityPolyester filamentPlastic handles1', 1 1/2', 2' trim, 3' door 1 1/2' sashUse with all flat or satin latex paints

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the one minute painting

the one minute painting

i consider myself a somewhat crafty person. i love doing crafts. always have. but with ashton i dread it. there is so much involved in getting set up to do something with him, only to have him show NO interest and maybe do whatever it is for a minute or two before he is d.o.n.e.. then i have to clean up a huge mess with nothing to show for it. one of my resolutions was to stop being lazy about it and do crafts anyway.

so today we tried water colors. i got set up, dipped the brush in the water, then the paint and painted on the paper. ashton took the brush dipped it in the water where it pretty much stayed. no matter how much i tried to get him to dip it in the paint and on to the paper, he refused. he had more fun sticking the brush in the water. he then poured the water all over himself. when he lost complete interest, i took the brush and (what was left) cup of water away and showed him he could paint with his fingers. that interested him for a good 30seconds before he was over it. it wasn't until david got home that ashton was excited to show him how to paint. what the freak!? it's the only shot i got of him painting. i find myself (again) never wanting to do any crafts with him. i keep hoping it's just a phase but everyone i have talked to regarding their crafty kids claim that their kids have always enjoyed crafts ::pouts::. i won't give up. until ashton flips out that he doesn't want to do them at all i will NOT GIVE UP!!!

i have to return my lens tomorrow. i'm sad. it's been freezing cold here in texas with high winds so i didn't get to really play with it like i wanted to. today i tried using it for this diptych but my battery died. i know that the lens uses my battery so i had to switch to my not as awesome 85mm to take the shots :o(.



This time every year I have to spend my budget or the district will take whats left. So I go on a buying spree. This year I bought these paint brushes. These are Loew-Cornell Taklon Soft Grip Brush's. The kids were very excited because there are some of the nicest brushes I have bought for my classroom. The brushes have these soft squishy grips and the kids think that they can paint better with them. The handles are clear blue acrylic and I think that will be a bonus when cleaning them. I hate it when I leave brushes in water overnight and the wood handle swells and cracks the paint.

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