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Cleaning an airbrush

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When it is time to give my airbrush a thorough cleaning, I soak the air caps and needles in lacquer thinner. I then drain the sediment from the paint that came out in the lacquer thinner into a double-thick coffee filter to be disposed of properly. The coffee filter thoroughly cleans the lacquer thinner for the next use, so I can keep on using it.

Tip submitted by:
Dennis Cermak
Frazer, Mich.

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