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Diagnose my Airbrush woes!
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PostPosted: September 5th, 2016, 4:34 pm 
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TobyC wrote:
I use a sonic bath when paint gets really ingrained. Always sorts the problem out.


Yep; seconded!

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Diagnose my Airbrush woes!
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PostPosted: October 19th, 2016, 10:05 am 
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Just got myself a sonic bath for £15 including postage. Best thing I've ever bought. :lol:
I clean my Badger Anthem 155 religiously after every session and flush it through before I start a session. I was pretty confident that it was clean even though I get the odd blockage.
So imagine my surprise when little clouds of paint residue started flowing from my dismantled air brush within seconds. Once re-assembled if sprays like new.

If you are serious about using your airbrush I'd say a sonic bath is an essential.

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