1. First wipe off the excess paint on the oil paintbrush or paintbrush
First, immerse the pen in clean water and wipe off the excess paint on the oil paintbrush along the basin wall. Don’t worry about the washing of the basin. On the porcelain, you can wipe it off with a damp cloth, which is very convenient. As for the water temperature, if possible, using warm water or cold water is no problem at all. Do not use hot water, which will damage the bristles.
2. Use laundry soap to remove the paint on the oil paintbrush
Brush the brush back and forth on the laundry soap repeatedly, just like drawing on the laundry soap. The front and back sides must be brushed. After a while, we can see the paint on the oil brush gradually transfer to the laundry soap.
3. Rub the bristles with your hands
You need to rub the bristles repeatedly with your hands to remove the stubborn stains on the brush. This is a very critical step. Remember to rub left and right, and gently remove the bristles, the middle part of the bristles should also be able to be cleaned.
Then wash it with water, brush it on the laundry soap repeatedly, rub it with your hands, and wash it with water. This process must be repeated several times before the brush can be cleaned.
4. Clean the penholder
Also, apply some laundry soap on the pen barrel, then poke it back and forth with your hands, and then rinse it off with water.
5. Wipe dry with a dry cloth and let it dry naturally
Wipe the brush head and pen barrel with a dry cloth, then place them in the pen holder to dry naturally. Note that when you dry the brush head, use a dry cloth to press the brush head twice, without repeated friction, so as not to affect the bristles.