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Re: How to clean Aztek airbrushes?

July 4 2006 at 5:38 PM
Paul Alderton  (Login paulalderton)
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Response to How to clean Aztek airbrushes?


I use cellulose thinners sprayed into the Aztek cleaning jar initially. Then I remove the nozzle and drop it into the thinners after carefully stripping the needle out. Use a cotton bud with thinners to clean inside the front of the airbrush whilst the nozzle is removed. The only downside is the smell, I generally clean it outside.


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  1. Do you use cellulose thinners for both enamels and acrylics? - Deniz PELVAN on Jul 4, 2006, 9:23 PM
    1. Re: Do you use cellulose thinners for both enamels and acrylics? - Paul Alderton on Jul 5, 2006, 3:53 AM
    2. I use laquer/cellulose thinner also - david nickels on Jul 5, 2006, 3:36 PM

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