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Organic linseed-oil-based paint brush cleaner. Cleans water-based paints from synthetic and natural bristle brushes and rollers, even when dried on
A must-have in all painters’ toolkits, Fusion brush soap is suitable for both synthetic and natural bristle brushes.
It's a 100% natural oil-based brush cleaner and it will clean away all water-based paints from your brushes, even dried-on paint where the bristles have hardened and you can no longer use them.
Fusion brush soap is extra gentle on bristles, and the linseed oil base will also condition natural bristles.
Not only will your favourite brushes keep their shape, they will also last much longer, saving you money by not having to replace them as often.
You can also use this all-natural organic paint brush soap to clean your hands, work surfaces and floors.
Fusion Brush Soap is super easy to use. Simply squeeze a spot about the size of a small coin onto your hand, lather and shampoo, gently manipulating it through the bristles for just a few minutes, then rinse with water to remove the soapy residue.
It's quite possible that Fusion Brush Soap will revive even the worst brushes that are suffering from hardened bristles and dried-on paint.
Apply the brush soap onto the surface of the bristles and let it sit for 24 hours to break down the paint. Then just lather and rinse.
Fusion™ is family-owned and operated – proudly so! Their parent company, Homestead House Paint Co., has been in business since 1989.
Fusion Mineral Paint™ is a labour of love for founder Jennylyn Pringle. She has generations of paint expertise behind her, learned from the family business.
Forever inspired by the power of a fresh coat of paint, Jennylyn created Fusion™ as the ultimate go-to for fellow DIY enthusiasts round the world.
Fusion Mineral Paint™ was founded and is based in Toronto, Canada, and each pot of colour is hand-poured and labelled with love.
We only ship within the United Kingdom.
All orders are sent via Royal Mail.
'Standard delivery' means Royal Mail second class. The expected delivery timescale for this is 2–3 working days.
'Express delivery' means Royal Mail first class. This is expected to arrive in 1–2 working days.
The charge for delivery is based on the service (standard or express) and on the weight of the parcel.
Delivery starts at £3.95 for standard, and £4.95 for express. As a guide, if your order is heavier than two 500ml pots of paint then it will probably move up to a higher price band.
Orders placed before midday on weekdays (other than bank holidays), or before 10am on Saturdays, will be dispatched on the same day.
Orders received after that will be dispatched the next working day.
If, for any reason, this will not be possible, this will be clearly shown in a banner message at the top of the site.
You will notified by email when your order has been dispatched.
If you need your order more quickly, or have any other special requirements, please do let me know. For example, you may have missed the cutoff for same-day dispatch, or you may want your order to be tracked, or signed for, or to be guaranteed next day.
The best thing is to telephone me. The number is at the bottom of the page. If I am unable to take the call, please leave a message and I will call you back as soon as I can.
If I can help, I will!
Small, non-fragile items such as roller sleeves or paintbrushes are generally sent in padded envelopes.
Other items are carefully packed in sturdy cardboard boxes and clearly marked as fragile.
We take great pride in the quality of our packing, and so far (touch wood!) we have had no instances where orders have suffered damage in transit.
Please see our full shipping policy for additional information.