Trekell Brush Restorer - 3.5oz

$9.99 Regular price $12.99


Many explorers searched high and low for the Fountain of Youth, but Trekell found the secret formula... well, as long as you're a brush. Offered in a long-lasting 3.5 ounce glass jar, Trekell Brush Restorer will lengthen the life of your most trusted tools, freeing up your brush budget to be applied to other buys. After cleaning your brush with a brush soap, the brush restorer should be applied and left to dry for the best effect. Trekell Soap and Brush Restorer: time has met its match.

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trekell brush restorer

ilike this stuff its great

Brian V.
United States United States

Hands down the best brushes in the galaxy Stay Dirty Trekell Art Supplies -Brian M. Viveros

Mary S.
United States United States
Trekell Brush Restorer

Great product. Easy to use and my brushes love it.

Wendy P.
United States United States
Awesome product

Brought back to life several of my round brushes that I thought would never hold a point again. I made sure they were very clean (using brush soap) before dipping it into a little of the restorer. And, surprisingly the brushes snapped back into shape. But, the best part is that they held that shape while in use - so it was not just a very temporary fix. In addition, brushes seemed softer and more pliable after I used the brush restorer on them.

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Meriza G.
United States United States
I love this restorer because

I love this restorer because the bottle will last a century and i love the soft effect it leaves on the bristles ❤️

Khadija A.
United States United States
Great for a quick fix

So I used this for one of my Trekell brushes that got highly damaged by one of my toddlers (poor guy, sneaky ninjas those toddlers are). The bristles were all over the place so I took the brush and dipped it inside the sample (unsure how I'm supposed to use this) and viola! Not 100% back to its original state but definitely 85% recovered. I used it also for my 15 years old Fiber Castell brushes and it worked nicely. The strokes became smoother a bit.



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