Brush Tubes are the perfect way to transport your brushes to/from gigs without bending the bristles, or having to wash your brushes on the job. These tubes screw together and are adjustable for any size brush. We all know that the tip of our brushes is our bread-and-butter, and there is no better way to protect them and make them last, than by making sure you transport them properly. When you pack away the tube, make sure the bristles are at the top!
The smooth plastic is easily washable, making them ideal for transporting brushes that still have face paint on them, to be properly washed at home. I find paint that don’t come off with soap and water will wipe off easily with a anti-bacterial wipe – I guess it’s the alcohol.
The brush tube is an essential part of my kit. A brush wallet is ideal for taking clean brushes to a face painting job and holding them during the gig, but a brush tube is perfect for packing away my used brushes to be washed at home, thus keeping my brush wallet and any unused brushes in it, clean. When you’re paid to paint the public for a set number of hours it’s crucial at the end of the time to pack up as quickly as possible. If you spend time cleaning all your brushes at this time you will have to turn away many hopeful kids – or if you can’t face their tears, you’ll be working overtime for free. Avoid this dilemma by dropping your dirty brushed into the brush tube and pack it away quickly. Get your paints and brushes packed away into your Face Paint Bag quickly and people can see you are finished for the day. The other thing that helps having your paints in a Pro-case so they can be put away in a second.