Re: cheap bromoil brushes
No way, Brian!! Simple Green!
Thanks for the tip--I am emailing it to students now.
As far as brushes, Laughter recommends trimming a shaving brush, but I can't seem to find them anywhere! And the Lewis brush is really dense and springy so I am looking for that quality.
Christina Z. Anderson
----- Original Message ----- From: "Brian Pawlowski" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, November 09, 2008 10:23 AM
Subject: Re: cheap bromoil brushes
Beth Moon and I just studied with Larry Shapiro - oil printing (related process). He argued that you don't need the $100 class brush (though he did comment that the Lewis brush that Beth had was fine). So - do summarize! the feedback and recommendations as I would like to prusue this - and what I saw was the need for a set of brushes of different sizes - so, if you come up with a recommended student set - I would be "hopping" up and down... Simple Green - http://www.amazon.com/Simple-Green-13022-Purpose-Cleaner/dp/B0000CFLYJ Larry said he walked away from all the toxic cleaners (bad for you) and uses this stuff to clean up surfaces, brushes, the cat (MEOW! - joking). It really worked well - cleaned up all the ink! I am going to order some now!Dear all,