I tried this but my machine started to sqeel and smelt like a burning rubber belt, I think some paint skin got into some part of the machines pluming.
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I'd have to imagine you'd have to at least do at least something to get any larger chunks or skins or whatever off of what you're gonna throw in there. Personally, I can't imagine risking my washing machine just for the matter of having to spend a small amount of time washing brushes the old fashioned way.
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