The most important thing is to make sure that no paint containing dangerous substances ends up in the drains when you wash your brush. So, for example, use a bucket of lukewarm water to clean your brush, and repeat the process once more with fresh water. You can then return the water to your nearest environmental station for hazardous waste. We tell you more about how to take care of your used painting brush here: Take care of and clean your brush
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- How do I wash my used painting brush in a sustainable way?
How do I wash my used painting brush in a sustainable way?
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How do I take care of my roller after painting in a sustainable way?
Once you’ve finished painting with your roller, use a roller scraper to scrape as much paint as possible off the roller, back into the paint can. Then let the roller dry. When the roller has dried completely, throw it in the household waste. You can read more in our article: take care of your roller after painting.
Do you focus on sustainability within Anza?
How are you working to make Anza's products more sustainable?
In line with our sustainability strategy, we are progressively introducing more and more sustainable raw materials in both products and packaging. For example, we have recycled plastic paint tray inserts and we buy our wood from responsibly managed forests. Look out for more new product launches that address sustainability in the future!