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Good Starter Airbrush
For those who break these in two days let me say that this is a hobby airbrush and not a house painter's airbrush. Drop it, bang it or other wise muscle the needle or head/tip of the brush, no matter what make and model and you break it.
Okay, here is the good. Great price, works well if you use thin paints. Double action lets you control paint and amount of air through the gun. Does not work with thick paint. It is not a house painters tool! You must thin the paint hout of the bottle. Great for model building. I have won many awards using this brush. Easy to take apart and clean. Two paint cups.
Bad: It is not up to the quality of the $200+ Iwata brushes. But it does not cost $200. Will not give you 1/32 to 1/16 inch lines.
I own a high end Iwata and they both have a place on my work bench.
Never forget: put your airbrush away and don't clean it equals just throw your airbrush away. These are delicate and precession instruments, not a 6 inch paint brushes. And you know you have to clean those, so clean your airbrush. Also, get a good source of compressed air. One with little or no variation in air pressure.
If you want a starter airbrush, buy this one.
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