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Ron D
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They are water based. No need for any thinners or anything.
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They're also nontoxic, so you can safely stick your brushes in your mouth. (Be aware the metallics are full of metal, of course.)

I mention this because a lot of painters use their tongue to maintain the points on their brushes.
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Excalabur wrote:
They're also nontoxic, so you can safely stick your brushes in your mouth. (Be aware the metallics are full of metal, of course.)

I mention this because a lot of painters use their tongue to maintain the points on their brushes.


Painters make the best lovers?

Do I see a microbadge on the way?
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Excalabur wrote:
They're also nontoxic, so you can safely stick your brushes in your mouth. (Be aware the metallics are full of metal, of course.)

I mention this because a lot of painters use their tongue to maintain the points on their brushes.


For the record, a tip has never touched my tongue.
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Excalabur wrote:
They're also nontoxic, so you can safely stick your brushes in your mouth. (Be aware the metallics are full of metal, of course.)

I mention this because a lot of painters use their tongue to maintain the points on their brushes.


Alright, where's the "Brushlicker" microbadge?

Edit: Oops, not the only person with this idea.
 
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