Re: Re[2]: Time to start a new t

Allan Wright (
Mon, 27 Nov 1995 13:59:16 -0500 (EST)

> Oh right.... yeah, I let my airbrush parts soak in thinner
> from the last time I used it until yesterday. That would be
> about a month or so. Not supposed to do that as there is a
> little plastic O-ring in there that could be ruined by too
> much solvent. I just keep saying "some other time...."
> I hate cleaning the airbrush. I love using the damn thing.

O.K. I have to get in on this thread now. All this grumbling about airbrush
cleaning makes me wonder..why hasn't everyone else on this list tossed their
Badger 150, etc. into the closet and started using the Model Master
Professional? I love mine - full dual action - super easy cleaning with no
dissassembly - just flush out the head with solvent/water and you're done.
The cleaning station even makes that simple. Results of your work are
totally comperable with Badger needle airbrushes.

Just my 2 cents worth.