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Question PowerBall 4 Paint Cleaning

What is the best method for cleaning the PowerBall 4 Paint tool?

Can it be placed in the washer? Use regular detergent or Microfiber wash?

By hand with my foam pad cleaning brush and solution?

Also, can the ball be reversed on the shaft so I can use the other side of it?
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Default Re: PowerBall 4 Paint Cleaning

To clean well, disassemble and wash the foam element in water with dish soap. Squeeze the foam while it's underwater to ensure it cleans down in to the middle. Rinse well in clean water via the same method and allow to dry thoroughly before reassembling.


Yes the foam can be reversed - there are 2 faces to the PowerBall 4Paint. If you'll look at the inside of the package, you should find the care/reversal instructions there.
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To clean well, disassemble and wash the foam element in water with dish soap. Squeeze the foam while it's underwater to ensure it cleans down in to the middle. Rinse well in clean water via the same method and allow to dry thoroughly before reassembling.


Yes the foam can be reversed - there are 2 faces to the PowerBall 4Paint. If you'll look at the inside of the package, you should find the care/reversal instructions there.

I have had the product for years...……..All that remains is the ball, no packaging or instructions
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