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strongest cleaner for acrylics

October 19 2007 at 3:08 PM
David McKeever  (Login D_McKeever)
from IP address 69.86.243.105

Acrylics are water-based--which means that over time any residue is harder to clean. If one neglects clean enamels--thinners and solvents can still purge unwanted gunk or residue. What heavy duty clearn to people recommend for acrylics.
I use an aztec airbrush. After i am done, I run a shot of alchohol through it to clean it. But I find over time the nozzles get bogged down. I learned how to disassemble the nozzles, and want to know what I could soak them in to truly strip them of any residue or gunk that builds over time.

Thanks.

D.

 
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  1. Re: strongest cleaner for acrylics - Dan Argent on Oct 19, 3:36 PM
    1. Re: strongest cleaner for acrylics - David McKeever on Oct 19, 4:56 PM
      1. Re: strongest cleaner for acrylics - Dan Argent on Oct 20, 8:30 AM
        1. Fruitshoot bottle - Pat McGrath on Oct 20, 9:41 AM
          1. Re: Fruitshoot bottle - Dan Argent on Oct 20, 2:34 PM
     
  2. Simple... Green - Ted Paone on Oct 22, 10:10 AM
    1. Re: Simple... Green - David McKeever on Oct 23, 12:13 PM
     
  3. I use windex @ a little alcohol mixed.............. - Alan Bessler on Oct 22, 5:27 PM
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