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January 31 2006 at 9:11 AM
david nickels  (Login djnick66)
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Response to Airbrush Clean-up? And Thanks !

With airbrushing, you can spray laquer on top of acrylic as it will dry quickly. Spray it on thin anyway... Clean up with laquer thinner... it is really no different than cleaning up from any kind of paint. Actually I find acrylics to be the most difficult paints to clean up...

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