I do the same but than I just leave it in water without any soap. Does the same for me. 😊
@mariekeblokland Really?! I've never been able to remove dried acrylic paint with plain water. Sigh.
@alcornia LOL! Cleaning after every session. You're hilarious! 😂😂😂😜
Good to know because the paint dries so fast on it in Colorado! Thanks for the tip!
i need to do this
Peeling the paint is the best part!!!
Complete game changer! Now I need to add this to my grocery list. Thanks, Julie!
I clean my with a baby wipe right away. My house is a mess but my art supplies are clean!!
Works great on dried brushes too!!!
@balzerdesigns yep! Really. :-) But maybe it differs per t
Pressed enter too soon. Differs per brand.
Wow!! Thanks for sharing!!
Great tip!!! Thank you 😊🎨🖍🖌💕
Awesome! I doing this today. But only with one of them. I'm leaving the other one all paint encrusted because it adds some great texture!
Oooh, is this like old school cleaning soap for wood floors? I'm trying to translate it to Swedish... 😂
Sweet! Then I might try this! ❤
Thanks! I never knew. My little one got stuck today and I pulled It and it's ruined. Very timely post!
Knew it was good for brushes. Never thought about the brayer! Thanks for the info. :0)
WOW! So cool! Thanks! <3
@bncpools I was going to ask about brushes! You answered my question!
When I am using my stencils I always have a bucket of Murphys Soap & hot water beside me and dump my Stencils on as I use them. I am a clean freak when it comes to my supplies.
I soak my brushes in it if they've sat too long in paint water.
Drop the 🎤 😊great tip!
Wow, what was on that brayer, cement?
Good to know! I'm new to art journaling and had no idea!
Wow! Thank you!!
This was a great video. Thanks, Julie!!