How Do I Clean An Oil Paint Brush?

How to clean your paint brushes after using oil paints! Your art brushes are your tools and we want to help you preserve and use them after use! See simple tips, techniques and products that will help you clean & preserve your brushes.

Products Used in this Video

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Chelsea Classical Studio Lavender Brush Cleaner
A Safer Natural Alternative To Turpentine That Actually Smells Like Lavender!

Made from 100% natural distilled fruits and flowers, featuring lavender, Chelsea Classical Studio’s Lavender Brush Cleaner is a safer natural alternative to turpentine, petroleum mineral spirits and other toxic solvents.

Chelsea Classical Studio Lavender and Olive Oil Soap – Easily clean and preserve your brushes!

This brush soap is handmade with only all-natural ingredients including olive oil and lavender which also gives off a pleasant aroma in the studio. Don’t use harsh chemicals when you can use cleaner, healthier cleaners that are great for your health as well as your brushes.
All-Natural, Handmade Soap for Brushes!

SoHo Artist Studio Wipes – Brushes, Paints 

Clean Up Oil, Acrylic and Other Paints With These Non-Toxic and Biodegradable Studio Cleaner & Paint Remover Wipes

40 disposable cleaner wipes in each container
Disposable, pre-moistened wipes
Clean wet varnish, acrylics, oils & more

Da Vinci Air Tight Brush Washer

With 500ml capacity!
Made of stainless steel, this brush washer is designed to take 500ml (over a pint) of solvent and have plenty of room for sediments that might fall below the interior cleaning grate.

Jerry’s Water Bucket – Specially made for Jerry’s

Works in the studio or class room, but resilient enough to go out on any painting adventure you might encounter! Dimensions: 4½ inches tall by 5½ inches in diameter



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