What you will need:
- Glue Gun
- Glue Sticks
- Clipboard- Only Plastic, not cork/wooden, glass, etc. The glue will not stay adhered well.
It is a fairly simple procedure, with your glue gun you create a series of dots in varying sizes across the top half of the clip board. Across the bottom half create a series of squiggly lines, left to right, up and down. Check out the picture of my completed cleaning board to get a visual idea. After covering the board in dots and lines I let it dry for 24 hours, just in case, but really you could probably use it after an hour or so, once the glue dots are solid.
I have tested mine out, let it run under water, scrubbed my brushes thoroughly and so far not had issues with things coming off. If you don't have a clipboard you can easily use a plastic bowl, plastic sheet, anything you could place hot glue on.
How well does it work? Well, I don't have the Sigma brush glove to compare, but my brushes look better than ever. I even scrubbed an old face brush that I stopped using because I just couldn't get it clean anymore and managed to get all the old foundation out that was stuck to the brush hairs and such. I'm impressed.
If you don't mind spending a few minutes, and you like crafty stuff, I suggest trying it for yourself and see how it works for you. For under $10 I don't think you can go wrong.
DISCLAIMER: ALL PRODUCTS WERE BOUGHT BY ME.