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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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Product Questions and Answers

When cleaning oil and acrylic paints off of my brushes, should I soak them before rinsing and if so how long do I soak them before rinsing?

- Asked by Nell on 12-Jun-14

First, be sure to clean the brushes in the appropriate solvent depending on the type of paint being used. Next, apply the Mona Lisa Pink Soap and work excess paint from the bristles. Soaking is not required, but bristles may be soaked in Pink Brush Soap without damage. Avoid keeping handles in liquid for extended periods of time. After rinsing off the brushes, leave a small amount of Pink Brush Soap in the bristles to condition, and rinse them again before use.

- Answered by MisterArt on 16-Jun-14

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

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

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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Customer Product Reviews

Rated by: Roberta C. in Roanoke, VA
I have used pink soap in doing ceramics, cleaning paint off clothes, and so many other things. Today, I even cleaned cranberry juice off my living room chair. It's great stuf and cleans just about anything and everything imaginable. I love it.
Rated by: Marcia C. in Baker Oregon, OR
I've used this product for many years, but today is the first time I saw what it really can do! I had somehow gotten a blob of Alizarin Crimson on the bottom of my shoe and, of course, tracked across my grey-green carpet. I removed as much as I could by blotting with a paper towel then applying Pink Soap directly onto the spot. After a little agitation with my fingernail and more blotting then flooding the spot with clean water and blotting some more with a towel; the spots came OUT! All of it!! HOORAY! Thanks again for a great product!!!
Rated by: Bill P. in Murrieta, CA
Just started using this soap within the past month. It was recommended by a fellow artist forum member. Seems to work fine, gets the residual paint out of brushes. Haven't tried it on really dried oil or acrylic, since I don't let my brushes sit long enough to get that bad. I like it, and I'll keep on using it.
Rated by: Amber F. in Dallas, TX
I'm sure this stuff is excellent for cleaning acrylics. However I use oils when painting. I don't really think this is any better than moisturizing hand soap for cleaning the turpentine out of your brushes and keeping them supple. I could be wrong, just my opinion. If you use oils, I wouldn't recommend this.
Rated by: christy H. in Santa , NM
The best cleaner I have found, and a nice value through Misterart.
Rated by: Sheila M. in denham springs, LA
Can't say enough good about this soap. It cuts through paint and makes cleaning brushes easier.
Rated by: James W. in Mesquite, TX
This is a unbelieveable brush cleaner.
Rated by: edith p. in campbellsville, KY
this is a great product
Rated by: Lois Z. in North Little Rock, AR
As some pick the "blue" stuff for sweeteners, I always pick the "pink stuff" for cleaning and conditioning my art brushes. I believe in sticking with the known comodity and thus, I use Mona Lisa pink brush soap. If it isn't broke, don't fix or improve it. Lois Zaye
Rated by: Carol M. in Fairfield, PA
I love Pink Soap. I haven't found anything else that works as well for cleaning brushes. It even smells nice.
Rated by: Jo Beth H. in Nottingham, MD
This can really clean anything; but I use it to clean my paint brushes. It has a preserver and conditioner which is excellent for the brushes.
Rated by: Kelli T. in Eugene, OR
Nothing Compares- This soap does the job the first tiem and is gentle on my brushes!
Rated by: Rich F. in Cottonwood Heights, UT
A good general purpose cleaner.
Rated by: Sheila M. in Denham Springs, LA
Best brush cleaner I have every used. It seems to do a great job cleaning lots of things around the house. I'm impressed!
Rated by: Heidi C. in Belton, TX
This is the best soap, I use it to get stains out of clothes, goop out of my brushes, clean up spills/splatter of paint, and wash my hands. Pleasant odor, and never changes the color of fabric. Not harsh to skin, mild. Use it.
Rated by: Stephanie M. in los angeles, CA
This is the best brush cleaner under the sun. I've tried others, but I've always gone back to this one because it's inexpensive and completely effective.
Rated by: Joan P H. in Dennis, MA
Yes, the Pink Soap is good for brushes. However, I use the soap about once a week to take grease spots out of clothing. Have even had success with items that have gone through the washer, dryer. Just rub small amt. into spot, add hot water (for grease), rub some more, rinse the area. If it is not gone after drying on a hanger, try it again. You might be surprised.
Rated by: Guillaume C. in Huntington, NY
Very good on acrylic paint, makes cleaning brushes easier, with a better final result. By leaving a bit of soap on the brush, one can re-shape the point and keep them good as new.

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