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airbrushing slow size...

Post by vance galliher » Tue Jul 03, 2018 7:07 pm

is there a certain ratio of slow size to thinner that any of you gilders have found for airbrushing ?
I'm using dux slow set size. my first test was at full strength out of the can...and it worked great !
a beautiful gild after12 hrs. on my next attempt (no changes to size or airbrush setting) size wouldn't
spray..too thick (?) so I started thinning ...I:1/4 seems to work , with a few hrs lesser tack time.

any one else had spraying size experience ?
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