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Iwata Eclipse Manual

Congratulations on the purchase of your Iwata Eclipse airbrush, a versatile, reliable, high-performance airbrush. We designed this Eclipse for the exacting needs of the artist who requires a multi-purpose, high paint flow airbrush for spraying fine details and wide backgrounds all with one airbrush, one nozzle, and one needle size. This technology defines the Iwata […]

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The Iwata Custom Micron Series

Iwata Custom Micron series has  four models CM-B, CM-C, CM-C+, CM-SB Review and Opinions: Custom Microns aren’t for everyone.  They’re professional tools for masters, and aspiring masters. They get finicky and clog a lot if your paint consistency is off. Custom Microns are geared specifically toward fine details.A good workhorse airbrush will take you 93-97% […]

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The Iwata Airbrush Warranty

Iwata offers a 5 year warranty on their products.  Generally, it covers product defects unrelated to how you use your airbrush. The Actual Warranty All Iwata airbrushes are warranted against all manufacturing defects of material and manufacture or workmanship for a period of FIVE years from the date of purchase.  This warranty does not cover […]

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How to Rinse a Siphon Feed Airbrush Between Colors

Rinse your siphon feed airbrush between colors.  This prevents excessive paint build up and paint colors mixing with one another. This method, also known as a color change rinse, is the best thing you can do to prevent future airbrush problems before they have a chance to become problems. Instructions Pull the paint bottle out of […]

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How-to Rinse a Siphon Feed Airbrush After a Spray Session

A ‘spray session’ ends when you leave for awhile, like lunch or day’s end. Cleaning is the most important regular maintenance you can do to keep your airbrush running smoothly for decades to come. This method, also known as an end of session rinse, is exactly the same as a color change rinse except you also […]

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How to Rinse a Side Feed Airbrush Between Colors

Rinse your side feed airbrush between colors.  This prevents excessive paint build up and paint colors mixing with one another. This method, also known as a color change rinse, is the best thing you can do to prevent future airbrush problems before they have a chance to become problems. Instructions Pull the paint bottle or color […]

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How to Rinse a Side Feed Airbrush After a Spray Session

A ‘spray session’ ends when you leave for awhile, like lunch or day’s end. Cleaning is the most important regular maintenance you can do to keep your airbrush running smoothly for decades to come. This method, also known as an end of session rinse, is exactly the same as a color change rinse except you also […]

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How to Rinse an Iwata Gx Airbrush Between Colors

Clean the paint while it’s wet and easy.  Then you won’t have to clean it when it’s dry and hard. This particular method is called a Color Change Rinse.  It’s not always necessary to do it between every color though.  In fact I know artists who plan the order of the colors they spray based […]

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How to Rinse an Iwata HP-Gx Airbrush After a Spray Session

A ‘Spray Session’ Ends when you leave for an extended period of time, like lunch or the end of the day. Cleaning is important.  Procrastinators tend to Deep Clean their equipment more than people who simply rinse their airbrushes out when they’re done. Procedure Remove the Paint Bottle from the Bottle Adapter Attach another Paint […]

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How-to Rinse a Gravity Feed Airbrush Between Colors

Rinse your gravity feed airbrush between colors.  This prevents excessive paint build up and paint colors mixing with one another. This method, also known as a color change rinse, is the best thing you can do to prevent future airbrush problems before they have a chance to become problems. Instructions Empty the color cup’s excess paint. […]

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