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Military Modelling

Lost the front right T&A wheel for now so can’t finish the track bashing on this side

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This one is a bit better
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Have you tried running neat cleaner though it, but back blasting it first*

*Thumb over the tip guard to form a seal so it forces the cleaning back into the container and body
Yeah mate. I do that as part of my cleaning routine.
 

Daz

LE
Potentially opening a can of worms here but here goes; I have a Harder and Steenbeck Evolution 2 in 1 Airbrush and my 0.4mm set no longer works.
I'm usually very careful and dilligent when cleaning my airbrush, but I can see that paint is starting to form up on the inside of the body, so I've ordered a ultra sonic bath cleaner. Now I know that some modelers are dead set against using sonic baths to deep clean their airbrushes but that other guys swear by them and will regularly use them.
I want to try the sonic bath but I want to know what solution I should use. Probably a 50/50 mix with water. Obviously when I strip the airbrush down I will not be putting the delicate part that the air flows though anywhere near the bath.
Any help or advice will be greatly appreciated gents.
Thanks.

Try this



dont get it near anything though as it will melt
 
Try this



dont get it near anything though as it will melt
Cheers mucker. I'll order some.
 
Acrylics mate. I rarely use enamels.

apply to the needle before spraying if you dont already, and


order some of this while you are there
 

apply to the needle before spraying if you dont already, and


order some of this while you are there
This looks like a fantastic shop mate. Do you use them often?
 

Dads203

Old-Salt
Mr Tool cleaner will actually glue kits together its that strong, it’s probably the same stuff as Tamiya extra thin cement. I can vouch that it’s very good for cleaning up an airbrush , just keep it away from prolonged exposure to the seals as it will cause them to swell.
 

Daz

LE
Acrylics mate. I rarely use enamels.
You could try disassembling the airbrush and leaving it to soak overnight in a tub of cleaner
 

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