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Badger Stynylrez Neutral Primer SNR-406
Badger Stynylrez primer use & application The Airbrush can be gravity, side or suction feed with a set up ( size ) that should be .5 or bigger. The air pressure depends on the type and set up of the airbrush you are using, and the conditions you are painting in, as a GUIDE ONLY if your painting in a room that as a temperature of around 16 – 26 C and your paints are of the same temperature, with a gravity feed airbrush and a .5 or bigger set up you should have air pressure of around 15-20 psi, if you have a side or gravity feed then your air pressure will need to be slightly higher. Thinning, SHAKE BOTTLE WELL Thinning is not necessary, if you only want/need to thin very slightly a small drop of water is OK, if you need to thin more then use Badger airbrush cleaner, this will hold the primer together much better than water, if you go mixing / thinning with other companies products expect problems. Application Light thin coats and build up slowly this is a water base product, don’t try for full coverage in the first coat as it will run, drying time 3-8 minutes subject to air temperature, fully cured in 24 hours. Cleaning, clean the airbrush as soon as you have completed your priming, firstly clean the cup out with water then spray clean water until it is clean water coming out of the airbrush and finish of spraying with Badger airbrush cleaner. Problems will accrue if the prime is subject to freezing temperatures, its water base, if there are sudden changes it temperature, either cold to hot or the other way round, do not mix the primer with other products, make sure your airbrush does not contain other product prier to putting the primer in the cup. THIS IS A GUIDE ONLY OF MY USING BOTH PERSONALLY, IN OUR WORKSHOPS , AND TALKING TO MANY OTHER USERS.
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