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Brush protectors

Posted by Paul on 23 May 2009, 19:07

My son came up with this. As the brushes usaully come with a clear plastic tube to protect the bristles, but it tends to be thin and a pain to put back after use without ocasionally bending the odd bristle back, or if they get dropped they tend to be hard to find, being clear and all. The `new´method is using cut to length drinking straws. Color coded . Neat eh?

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Posted by Peter on 23 May 2009, 21:00

That's a good trick Paul! Something to keep in mind :thumbup:

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Posted by Martin on 24 May 2009, 21:44

Hi Paul,
I bought brushes with protection straws.
But when the broke or disappeared I used drinking straws like you do.
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Posted by dutchboyinohio on 25 May 2009, 02:27

Great idea!! :thumbup:
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Posted by Susofrick on 25 May 2009, 09:14

and how I've fumbled with those protectors when the answer was just above the refrigerator. Sigh! Thanks for the tip! Now I can save many brushes. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Posted by ColeF on 25 May 2009, 12:30

Good idea, Paul! :thumbup:
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