How To Clean A Paint Roller & Paint Brush. DIY Painting Tips. Cleaning a dried paint brush
How the professionals clean a paint brush and paint roller or nap to keep it lasting job after job. Your tools will look and function like new using these methods. Paint rollers will last for many paint jobs if cleaned properly. Handyman painting and DIY tips cleaning your painting tools. Home improvement house painter tips.

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The cleaning tools I use are available here:

Commercial duty hose:
Brass spray nozzle:
Brass shut off valve:
5 gallon bucket:
Wire brush:
5 n 1 painters tool:
Wooster 9″ roller:
Wooster 18″ roller:
Wooster 4-8′ extension pole:

My name is Chris Berry and I produce painting DIY videos. Think you cannot paint? You can!

I created The Idaho Painter an alternative to to big box DIY video shows that have actors who only act like they can paint but really can barely act. My mission is to shatter the barriers of entry into painting and convince people that it can be a lot of fun painting and painting fun little projects on your own without an expensive professional painter. No experience is necessary. Well for most of my videos. You don’t need to buy expensive painters tools or materials. Every day I hear from men and women, on my channel who are discovering it is not all that scary nor hard to paint or use those big scary paint sprayers. I believe painting is for everybody.

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