Before I go into detail about the first step, let’s take make a side note and talk about the products that we’ll be using today. First, lets talk about Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap
. I’ve used multiple products to cleanse my brushes, some expensive and some home made, but nothing has gotten my brushes so clean so quick. Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap
comes in two different forms, bar and bottle. I’ve used them both, and personally prefer the bottle. It’s a lot less messier than the bar and easier to store, but both are equally effective; it’s just a matter of personal choice. Also, if you are big on how a product smells, just like I am, Dr. Bronner’s
comes in different “smells” like, Almond, Citrus, Eucalyptus, Lavender, Peppermint, Rose and Tea Tree. In this tutorial, I’m using lavender, which is my favorite. I could go on and on about other ways you could use the Castile Soap, but I’ll save that for another post (stay on the look out).