Basic Zero Paints F.A.Q.
All Zero Paints dry matt and require clear coating unless otherwise specifiedApplication Notes : Zero Paints are pre-thinned for Airbrush use. Shake container until paint is thoroughly mixed. Spray at 15 - 40 psi,
3 - 4 medium cross coats are recommended. Air drying at 20°C Dust-free: 5 – 10 mins, Tack-free: 20 - 30 mins.
For additional thinning use Basecoat Thinners.
Which Airbrush Cleaner should I use ?
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|Health and Safety Notes :|
|Use in a well ventilated area.
Avoid contact with eyes.
Harmful if swallowed, call a Doctor immediately.
Keep out of reach of children.
Keep away from sources of ignition.
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2 Pack Grey Primer Set (2K)
2 Pack Grey Primer
Pack Contents :
- 1 x 100ml Primer (High Build) also known as Urethane or Polyurethane (Supplied in Glass Bottle)
- 1 x 30ml Hardener (Supplied in Glass Bottle)
- 1 x 60ml Thinners (Supplied in Glass Bottle)
4 Parts Primer + 1 Part Hardener + 10-30% Thinners,
e.g. 40ml Clear, 10ml Hardener + 15ml Thinners
ONLY MIX WHAT YOU NEED EACH TIME, once it's mixed it has a life of about 15/20 mins max then it has to be discarded.
Is it possible to pre-mix your 2 pack Primer then keep it in a jar for later use if not all used in one go, or is it a case of just mixing enough to do the job?
NO YOU MUST NOT DO THIS, once you mix the primer and hardener a chemical reaction is started, similar to epoxy glue or epoxy putty. It will hardened within 15/20 mins, if you mixed the lot you would be wasting product and money, so only mix whet you need each time, you will quickly find the amounts you need with a small amount of practice.
What do I clean my Airbrush and equipment with after use
but our Airbrush Cleaner is designed for the job and the cheapest