What a good idea! I’d have to visit my local art supply store. I tried looking online but all I could find was stuff for cleaning makeup brushes and i don’t think it’s the same.
This is the other brand I have, it works well on cleaning brushes but I have not tried it for stripping paint, also from Amazon
I’ve had this sitting in my extra supply box ever since someone gifted it to me. If this stuff works to strip air dry I’m gonna be elated
Brilliant!! it worked for me, I just filled the sink with warm/hot water and sat the head in it for a few minutes, then rubbed the toothbrush into the soap bar and scrubbed in a circular motion, I had a lot of paint on it too as you can see below.
Let me know how you get on with it!
Thank you so much
Interesting! I use 99% isopropyl alcohol to strip with great results. W&N is tooo expensive here and I don’t like it anyway, it’s too oily.
If the paint has not cured to the vinyl yet it will come off more readily. Air dry paints take a month to fully cure to the vinyl. After that point they are much harder to get off. Varnishes make it even harder.
I have used 99% running alcohol too with great results. I started using it after I ran out of W&N.
I do the same to strip airdry acrylic! I don’t know if rubbing alcohol affects the vinyl or not, but I make sure to wash the kits with soap and water after I use it.