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These are fantastic brushes! I’m not new to the world of brushes, I actually have A LOT of brushes. This set is one of my favorite sets! When you get them, make sure you wash them to get the plastic smell out. Just take the brush and swirl it in some warm water with soap. Do not let water touch where the bristles connect to the brush, you don’t want to ruin them! After rinsing, just lightly squeeze with a towel (don’t twist the bristles!) and then let them air dry. You do want to wash these about once a week if you use them daily, maybe every two weeks. This will keep your brushes clean and bacteria free. It will also help with getting that caked on make up off, so your applications are much nicer!
Being a loose cannon who does not play by the rules the first thing I did was ignore the warning and smear this all over my knob and bollocks. The bollocks I knew and loved are gone now. In their place is a maroon coloured bag of agony which sends stabs of pain up my body every time it grazes against my thigh or an article of clothing. I am suffering so that you don't have to. Heed my lesson. DO NOT PUT ON KNOB AND BOLLOCKS.
This seemed to work for awhile in my kitchen until either the scent faded or the mice got used to it. I am now finding that adding some kind of fresh strong scent ( I interchange essential grapefruit oil, spearmint oil and Rosemary) to the openings where the mice come from by our cupboards and stove works just as well.. You just need to freshen them often and interchange them from time to time. It's not perfect but we find less droppings and less gnawings when we do this.