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Silly Farm Brush Washer Well

Post by Jessica Musick on Tue Sep 27, 2011 1:13 am

I didn't see this anywhere in the forum, but, has anyone purchased this and if so how do you like it? because I'm considering buying it to make my brush washing easier.
Any thoughts?

Here's the link if anyone isn't sure what it looks like:
http://www.sillyfarm.com/store/index.php?p=product&id=2533&parent=606

Thanks Smile
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Post by artyfacesbyluz on Tue Sep 27, 2011 1:29 am

I have it and I LOVE it, I can't live without it, CONS: stained really bad, it's bulky PROS: looks professional, keeps your water clean all the time, I am using a little cup to clean my black brushes first, that Keeps rinse well clean and the water last longer.
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Re: Silly Farm Brush Washer Well

Post by Jessica Musick on Tue Sep 27, 2011 2:05 am

artyfacesbyluz wrote:I have it and I LOVE it, I can't live without it, CONS: stained really bad, it's bulky PROS: looks professional, keeps your water clean all the time, I am using a little cup to clean my black brushes first, that Keeps rinse well clean and the water last longer.

So what's the method of using it? you just stick your brush in a hole and it washes it or is there a running flow of water that cleans it? Also, is it automatic or do you still have to manually swish your brush around?

And what did you mean by it stains? you mean the inside of the washer gets stained?
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Post by artyfacesbyluz on Tue Sep 27, 2011 2:48 am


The bottle contains clean water that releases on to the round deep automaticly, when you press the blue button the little dot in the middle moves to let the dirty water go down.
As you can see all thing is stained, I wash it with clorox after use but don't work, some people in this forum hates it, but since I am a prewashing the black brushes on a different cup I can paint 40 faces without changing the water.
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Re: Silly Farm Brush Washer Well

Post by Jessica Musick on Tue Sep 27, 2011 3:32 am

Thanks so much for the pictures!! Looks pretty handy!

So basically you dip your black brushes in a separate cup of water first then use this washer after?
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Post by artyfacesbyluz on Tue Sep 27, 2011 6:50 am

yeap, so one cup of water looks black, (not a nasty brown) and the other is clean or pastel.
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Re: Silly Farm Brush Washer Well

Post by Janb on Tue Nov 29, 2011 11:44 pm

To artyfacesbyluz.....have you tried using hot water with the bleach and letting it stand for about 5 minutes?
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Re: Silly Farm Brush Washer Well

Post by elantaura on Wed Nov 30, 2011 12:17 am

I have the well and the artworks brush bath I use both. for small birthday parties I take the well for anything bigger and festivals etc I take the tub. As to parents in b'day party they love seeing the water changed. at festivals it is a pain to change, and easily knocked over, it is also bulk I just don't need. I like both but for different things. and both stain to be honest. I honestly like both.

I throw them in the swimming pool on occasion for a day. (chlorine type) that moves stains it a bit- works with spagetti bol stains on tupperware too -LOL
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Post by barbb919 on Wed Nov 30, 2011 1:00 am

I have the well..I like it but was going thru lots of water ,,I guess mine let to much water out when i pressed the blue button..
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Re: Silly Farm Brush Washer Well

Post by Taradoodles on Wed Nov 30, 2011 1:20 am

I just bought myself this to! i am trying to get into the habit of spraying my paints with water and 'brush bath' and using only one brush for black and one brush for white, never really changing around. i figured this was a good water source for the other colors and brushes. sponges i just toss into the netbag for the washer. ill see how it works with me. im ok with bulky....im bulky =0)
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Re: Silly Farm Brush Washer Well

Post by Miss Ronnie on Thu Dec 08, 2011 12:33 am

I love the Rinse Well, even though I think I got a dud. My water does not dispense down from the bottle without me lifting it a little to make it flow. Other than that, is very handy and I actually was thinking about getting a second one. I keep a large jug of water under my Fat Max and also a small step-on waste basket with a removable inner bucket under Max, too. All I have to do is step on the can to pop up the lid and discreetly dump my dirty water into the waste can.
And I found out something by accident last night at my Tuesday night restaurant gig: They put a new soap in the wall dispenser in the restroom...a foaming soap that is light green... it took the stains off the darn Rinse Well....ALL OF THEM!!! I couldn't believe it! I'll try to find out what kind it is.
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Re: Silly Farm Brush Washer Well

Post by anniel on Thu Dec 08, 2011 2:02 am

Try ivory bar soap...
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Re: Silly Farm Brush Washer Well

Post by a face painting mom on Sat Dec 17, 2011 11:22 pm

Yes, Ivory is terrific, and a magic eraser is the bomb. Tara, how I love you! I am bulky too!
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