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Diggers Brush and Roller Restorer

Diggers Brush and Roller Restorer

3.7 from 3 reviews



3 reviews

geoffreywhGreater Melbourne (Outer), VIC

  • 3 reviews
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Digger's Brush cleaner


The Brush and Roller cleaner I'm talking about is the one in a transparent bottle. It looks like Turpentine, smells like Turpentine and has the same effect on hardened brushes that Turps has, namely none. An absolute waste of money. I left two brushes soaking in it for a week, The "Cleaner" (and I use the term generously) had no effect whatsoever. One brush used for Enamel and one for Acrylic. They had been used about a week previously. After a week they were both ready to throw away. Better to soak your brushes in tap water and throw 15 bucks down the drain. Another great "Digger's" product.

Excellent brush cleaner


Could not believe how this brought my old, hard brushes back to like new. Also a newer brush that I forgot to clean that went as stiff as a board. Has paid for itself over already. Will definitely buy again



  • 2 reviews



Great, affordable and saves me time and money!
It doesn't matter if you have a cheap or expensive brush - it still does the job. water clean up is brilliant.
This products is excellent, it repaired some old brushes in my shed that I haven't used for years...saved me the hassle of buying new brushes
no bad points at all.

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Questions & Answers



Are there faulty batches of this product? After successes over seversl years the latest stuff was absolutely useless except on one smallbrush used the day before, and then it didn't clean just soften.. Smells the same.

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They stopped using Methyl Chloride in the mix. Went all "Green" and then it didn't work. Just fraudulent advertising....

Victor Holmes

Victor Holmesasked

How successful is Diggers Brush Restorer in removing urethane varnish from the heel or paint reservoir of a badger hair brush and how long should it take?

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Dear Victor,
Thank you for your enquiry - Urethane varnishes can be pretty suborn to remove from brushes. We recommend that you leave the brush in the Diggers Brush Restorer overnight (or two) to allow the product to penetrate into the varnish so that it can be removed.

Hope this helps

Best Regards

Diggers Technical Team

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