Cleans oil, acrylic, and watercolor paint from brushes, and also conditions and helps to reshape brushes. Lotionized, but leaves no greasy after-feel for cleaning hands. Mona Lisa pink soap has found many uses besides artists brushes, including the cleaning of jewelry, stones, stove tops, microwave ovens, and greasy skillets. Remove stains from clothing, upholstery, and carpets. Contains no chlorides, alkalis, phosphates, solvents, or alcohol.
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Do you dilute it like dish soap?- Asked by Kathryn on 26-Aug-13
It is to be used full-strength, not diluted.- Answered by MisterArt on 02-Sep-13
Is it OK to let the brushes sit in it for a long time at full strength?- Asked by Kathryn on 26-Aug-13
Soaking brushes in it will not harm the brushes, but will actually condition them.- Answered by MisterArt on 02-Sep-13
Can this be used on leather?- Asked by nader jafari on 20-May-13
Pink Brush Soap by Mona Lisa is not for use on leather.- Answered by MisterArt on 23-May-13
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