With the Brushkeeper you can surprise everyone! Original, handy and sustainable!
Or: With a card “you are my weird brush” with Valentijn
Or: “thank your neighbor for helping with the chores”
Or: It is very applicable for a housewarming!
Or: “darling, do you finally want to get off the couch and paint the doorposts? Otherwise I will do it myself”
If you attach the Brushkeeper to your paint can or stairs with tape, it cannot get lost and you always have it where your paint is.
In addition, your paint can can be closed. Very useful against dehydration.
If you have to raise the brush when painting, the paint will drip down it. Prevent this by using the Brushkeeper’s screw cap as a catcher. Then you can effortlessly paint any ceiling without making a mess.
The Brushkeeper PRO can be hung very easily with standard brackets.
Very handy for at home but especially for in your bus.
Sometimes you forget to put the brush in the Brushkeeper and it gets hard. Then you fill the Brushkeeper with HG paint power stripper (biodegradable) and your brush will become soft and usable again within a few hours.
Especially with turpentine-based paint, the Brushkeeper is slippery and the brush can easily shoot in. This is easily remedied by putting a string around it: first place the paintbrush in the Brushkeeper and then tie a string tightly around it. After that, the brush can no longer shoot through.
With the Brushkeeper PRO your brush pot stays tidy, no paint water sloshes through your can and the brushes do not soil each other. The tips also remain perfect and you don’t have to clean the tips every time you take out your brush to remove the sediment. This way your brush stays in top condition and you can deliver perfect work.
The Brushkeeper PRO closes very nicely on the bush of the paintbrush. This works perfectly with the Ecobrush because it has no rope twist. This is unnecessary with synthetic bristles and not sustainable.
But with other paintbrushes with a rope toss, moisture can slowly escape between the Brushkeeper and the paintbrush due to suction (capillary) effect, because 2 ropes run along the can on both sides. To make sure that your brush does not dry out after months, you can cut off a balloon and put it around it. Please note, I have tested simple balloons and they can withstand water well but less well against turpentine. It works, but it will fade over time.
I’m going to find out if there are balloons that can take turpentine.