Which Airbrush Cleaner should I use ?
You can use either use Zero Paints Airbrush Cleaner or Basecoat Thinners, alternatively any thinners that contain Toluene should work, but it's best to test first. DO NOT not use White Spirt or Acrylic Thinners, they are not suitable.
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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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Pre-Thinned Sealer - 60ml
The ZERO SEALER is a quick drying yellow oxide isolator/sealer. The SEALER is supplied ready for use, therefore no thinners are required. Use Zero Paints Airbrush Cleaner equipment after use for cleaning.
This helps with colour bleed. e.g. Painting Red plastic with White or light colours, which have been known to bleed though the primer. Applying a coat of sealer acts as a colour block, before the primer.
Thoroughly clean and de-wax the old paint surface with a spirit wipe or suitable cleaner.
Shake/Stir well before use. Apply only one light, even coat is required, checking first that the air line is free of moisture as usual.
One light even coat of sealer will give a layer of approximately 10-20 microns. A airbrush pressure of 30 psi is required.
It will be totally dry after approximately 1 hour at normal temperatures. Drying time is dependent on paint thickness, humidity and temperature.
The sealer should be overcoated with primer