First prize tools are not designed to last, you can discard them after use. On the other hand, high-end, expensive tools deserve more attention.
Gently scrape off the brush with a painter's knife from the top to clear the excess paint.
Use the appropriate solvent (water, white spirit) to clean the brush until there is no paint residue.
To untangle natural (or damaged) silk bristles, comb the brush with a simple fork.
Wrap the brush in newspaper and store it upside down. The operation guarantees him several years of service.
With a multifunctional painter's knife, scrape off excess paint over a bin to retrieve it.
Squeeze the roll on the grid and roll it on an old newspaper to remove the paint still inserted in the fibers.
Use the proper solvent (product leaflet) to clean the fibers to the handle where the paint is infiltrating.
Wrap the roll when it is perfectly clean and dry in newspaper and store it flat.