Keep Your Paintbrush Wet
A common job site tool can help to temporarily store a paintbrush in wet paint.
I often have found myself looking around the job site for a way to store my brush temporarily in wet paint. It occurred to me recently that there’s almost always a caulk gun nearby at the painting phase. Caulk guns are large enough and have the proper strength to hold the brush, and they adapt easily to brushes of different sizes and paint cans of various depths.
Mike Alexander, Monrovia, MD