If you’ve ever watched my Instagram stories, then you know the destruction that my little human tornado, aka 3 year-old Jonah, causes on a daily basis. One of the many ways he has vandalized our home has been by scribbling on the walls whenever he can get his hands on a writing utensil of any kind. I had been planning on touching up the walls, but I always get sidetracked and never get around to it. I finally worked on it this past weekend, and I used the perfect product for when I get sidetracked and need to pause and come back to painting later. (You all know I love sharing new products with you when I get a chance to try them out!)
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by BrushBaggy. All opinions are my own.
Rather than rinsing my paintbrushes every time I use them, if I know I’m going to use them again soon, I often wrap them in plastic wrap. However, I was recently introduced to a new product called BrushBaggy which is way better for this purpose than regular plastic wrap. First of all, plastic wrap gets extremely messy to deal with. Even regular ziploc bags get messy and also allow air inside so the brushes dry out after a little while. BrushBaggy was designed specifically for this purpose. They have custom designed baggy sizes that fit a variety of brush sizes, rollers, and trays. The baggy keeps them wet and ready to go for days. It’s also 100% recyclable.
You just insert your brush into the baggy and there is a hole for the brush handle to slip through.
Then, when you’re ready to use your brush again, you just rip it out through the bottom of the baggy. No mess at all.
BrushBaggy is available on HomeDepot.com. Hopefully, they will be available in stores soon, and one way that you can help is by leaving a review if you do try them out. They’re super affordable and very convenient.
Hopefully I won’t need to touch up any more walls in the near future, but if I do, I’ll keep some of these handy. I’m happy to have them on hand for a few furniture painting projects I have coming up too.
Will you be giving these a try? Let me know in the comments!
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