Does anyone have any tips on looking after/rescuing paint brushes after they've been used with leather (bonding) glue? I've gone through three paint brushes in just as many weeks! I've tried rinsing with soapy water after use but they don't come up very good at all. Any advice would be much appreciated! Silpa

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Shampoo! Shampoo is the answer, says the man at Mitre 10.

Most contact adhesives are solvent based and use turpentine to clean excess, but refer to the packaging of the individual glue for removal details.

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