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To clean a brush after using latex, wash it as soon as possible, then use a wire brush to remove the remaining hardened pieces of latex.  Otherwise, it's a throw away brush after use.  Certainly the sponge is a goner.

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Not so.

I have found if wash foam prior to starting in detergent laden water...sometimes I squirt dishwadhing ,thick stuff , liquid straight onto foam or brush..work in then squeeze out excess.

load with latex, do the jobs required then wash immediately afterwards in soapy water and dry.

no prob.

I do the same with liquid wax

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