Identifying the Best Industrial Equipment Supplier

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Identifying the Best Industrial Equipment Supplier

Hello! My name is Tina. I have spent the past 6 months planning a series of blog posts which will explain the steps you can take to identify the best industrial equipment supplier. I was inspired to learn more about this interesting topic by my son, Gavin. Gavin has recently started work in the industrial supply industry. As he still lives at home, we often have long chats about his day when he returns home from work. The articles I have posted on this blog are based on the many conversations I had with Gavin. I hope you enjoy reading them.



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Tips for the Proper Cleaning and Maintenance of Bitumen Brushes

Bitumen brushes come in handy when you need to paint a new patch of the driveway or another part of your industrial property. They also come in handy when you try to apply a new tar coating to a part of your property. However, bitumen is a sticky material, and when it adheres to the sticks of the brush it becomes extremely difficult to remove. If you need to reuse the brush, there are specific cleaning procedures that you must apply. Here are a few tips for the proper cleaning and maintenance of the brushes.

Using a Bitumen Tar Remover

A bitumen tar remover is a solution made specifically to clean any item that comes into contact with tar. The remover is made using chemicals and solvents with the ability to break tar down and strip it off the hairs of the brush. All you have to do is dip the brush in the solution immediately after painting or sweeping and the coating of tar will come right off. The cleaners also contain emulsifiers and corrosion inhibitors to protect your brush from damage the next time you are using it.

Other Cleaners

Bitumen brushes are not only used for tar applications. They are also commonly used to remove water paint from different surfaces. If you have used your brush to apply a water-based paint, you can clean it using plain water and soap. Some people also claim that brake cleaner is effective at removing bitumen and other types of dirt from the brushes.

Immediate Cleaning

Bitumen starts drying up as soon as it is exposed to air. This means that if you have used a brush for the application, the longer you leave it unwashed, the more the bitumen sticks. If you leave the brushes out for too long, it becomes close to impossible to remove the bitumen. Clean the brushes as soon as you have finished the work to avoid getting substances permanently stuck on them.

If bitumen has dried up on the brushes, the other method that you can use to remove it is getting a toothbrush and scrubbing it off. Dip the brush in the cleaner and then scrub with a toothbrush for the best solutions. Finally, always soak brushes immediately after use. The time spent in the solvent helps dissolve all the stuck materials and simplifies the cleaning process for you. As long as you follow these simple tips, you can rest assured that your brushes will serve you for a long time.

For more information, reach out to a company that sells things like long-handle bitumen brushes.