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Brush Bath Deluxe

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Special features include 3 brush rests, 16 brush holders and airtight compartment for acrylics built into the lid.
  1. Brush Bath Deluxe Review by Dawn Treeby

    I bought this at the Manchester Art Event, and although not sure if I had just bought it for the sake of spending money, I now find I cannot do without it and actualy miss using it if I forget to take it with me to art class.
    The pot is split in to two main sections, while the top has a sealable lid and mini pallet.
    There is a large water resevoir on one side which holds about 750ml water (well over a pint), and has rows of ridges on the bottom of the pot. This is great for clearing the last remnants of paint out of your brush, and what\'s more, it doesn\'t damage your brushes when you use it.
    The other side of the pot has three inclined, slanting grips which hold your brush on an incline, without the need to clean your brush or lay it flat and get paint everywhere.
    It is VERY solid and well made but extreamly light due to the type of plastic used.
    The pronounced rim of the pot has a series of gradually larger holes for keeping your brushes upright in while you flip from one to another.
    Lastly, there is a detatchable lid which has 10 oval wells and 5 slanting oblong wells which, if you are stuck for a small pallet, can be used to great effect. This lid, also has a closing lid which is airtight and can be used to keep your paints from drying out. I have used it both for watercolour and acrylic, at home, in art classes and out and about. My only complaint is that it is a little cumbersome to fit in to my Mapac bag - but it does fit, though bulky. Alternatively I found that I can use the largest of the brush holes to attatch two clips on a shoulder strap and carry it like a camer bag around my neck.
    If this idea was incorporated in to the two sides of the lip and a strap included, it would have made this product absolutely perfect. Aside from this, it is an excellent product, well made and solid. The price may seem a little excessive, but it is worth saving for, or even asking for as a present. I have no hesitation in recomending this to anyone, either proffessional or amateur, for any water based medium use.
    Dawn Treeby (Posted on 15/10/2013)

  2. Acrylic Review by Frank Frost

    The item well m ade very usefull the only complaint is that it took a long time to get to me 14th to 23rd feb (Posted on 27/03/2013)

  3. super Review by E J Wilks

    much admired by my art group members (Posted on 25/02/2013)

  4. Water Inside/outside of class Review by Stuart Dunnill

    I find this container holds a good supply of water which is the best for watercolours when doing inside work, but bulky to carry when moving about to complete outside work.
    The brush holder is very handy and helps student keep their brushes at hand and not standing in water, the lid I am not sure about,most students mainly discard them,but I am sure they will appeal to some artists. (Posted on 24/09/2012)

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