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hybrideye    0

I use Pro-tec, don't know if it is the best, it is just more available to me. I did notice that some colors (pink, red, and baby bass) clump a lot more and are more heat intolerant. Maybe it is just the way I heat the heads, but the pink is the hardest for me to get a good "dip". Good luck!

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BobP    808

If you're airbrushing, most guys use water based acrylic latex airbrush paint. I don't have a favorite brand, it just depends on the color I'm looking for, but Createx brand is sold the most widely.

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Bronzeback3    0

Do you thin createx? Thats what I use now but I dont thin it at all. I just spray and go. I does dry in the air brush after a few min.

If you're airbrushing, most guys use water based acrylic latex airbrush paint. I don't have a favorite brand, it just depends on the color I'm looking for, but Createx brand is sold the most widely.

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BobP    808

If you're shooting fine lines or small details at very low pressure, thinning might be required to get the spray pattern you want. But mostly I shoot it straight.

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Bronzeback3    0

Thanks for the tips. I'll try them out. Mike

If you're shooting fine lines or small details at very low pressure, thinning might be required to get the spray pattern you want. But mostly I shoot it straight.

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