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How to care for your brushes

Caring for your brushes properly will extend their lifespan and maintain their quality. Our brushes are made from natural materials, so they require specific care to keep them in top condition.

Cleaning and MAintaining Brushes

Natural Bristle Brushes

Care Instructions:

  1. Materials: Plant fibers, animal hair (e.g., horsehair, goat hair).
  2. Cleaning: Use lukewarm water and mild shampoo.
  3. Drying: Wrap in a towel, press gently to remove excess water, and air dry at room temperature. Avoid heaters.
  4. Storage: Gently comb with a metal comb, hang on a hook, or lay flat.
Brooms

Care Instructions:

  1. Use: Pull the broom instead of pushing to preserve the bristles.
  2. Maintenance: Comb or shampoo the horsehair as needed.
  3. Storage: Always store hanging to maintain bristle shape.
Water-Exposed Brushes

Care Instructions:

  1. Post-Use: Tap lightly to remove excess water.
  2. Cleaning: Rinse under warm water after each use.
  3. Drying: Air dry at room temperature, hanging or freely exposed to air.

Specialized brush care

Hairbrushes

Care Instructions:

  1. Cleaning: Use lukewarm soapy water and a special brush cleaner.
  2. Maintenance: Remove hair with a comb and brush cleaner.
  3. Drying: Dry with bristles pointing downward. Avoid full immersion in water.
Bath & Nail Brushes

Care Instructions:

  1. Cleaning: Wash with soap during use.
  2. Additional Care: Wash with vinegar and rinse well.
  3. Drying: Lay flat or hang in a well-ventilated area.
Shaving Brushes

Care Instructions:

  1. Cleaning: Rinse with clean water after use.
  2. Drying: Always hang up to dry.
Feather Dusters

Care Instructions:

  1. Cleaning: Shake out dust in fresh air.
  2. Handling: Hold at the transition point to reduce tension.

Tips for all brushes

  1. Improper Storage Fix: If bristles are bent, moisten and straighten them, then comb gently and allow to dry in an airy place.
  2. Natural Bristles: Natural bristles can straighten out on their own if properly cared for.

By following these simple steps, you can ensure your brushes stay in excellent condition for years to come.

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