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Posted: 2/16/2006 12:53:53 PM EDT
I have a artist airbrush , and i want to spray on a high gloss finish -( with GUN-KOTE GUN METAL BLUE)- and i am wondering what the tecnique is for spraying on a high gloss finish ?

i.e. do I open the nozzle up to get more paint flow ?

I have done "flat" style GUN-KOTE finnishes before , and there is alot more margin for error

I dont want to under spray and have "cloudy" areas in finish --- im lookin for a even smooth overall glossy finish

any tips would be greatly appreciated !!
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Link Posted: 2/16/2006 2:21:45 PM EDT
If your air brush is anything like the testors airbrush that you can buy at walmart, tighten the bottle all the way and back it out about a quarter of a turn, tighted the nozzle all the way and then back it out about half a turn, that was the best settings for me when i resprayed.

shawn
Link Posted: 2/16/2006 2:41:44 PM EDT
Get some junk metal and prep it for painting ....use that as a test piece....
This way you will see how far and how much of a spray pattern you will need...
If you are paying attention,,you will not waste alot of product...but it is better than screwing it up on the gun!!!
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