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I bought some Chap Stick to apply on the nozzle and then I wont touch it too often.
Thank you, that's what i do.
Am I do it correctly? When I clean my NEO I use the wrench that came with it. I tighten the nozzle until I feel that it touches the body of the brush...
Do you remove completely the nozzle?
My NEOs have orings on nozzles. So I can use beeswax to seal the thing? Do you have an example of what to buy and where ? The nozzle is really really...
I had a similar problem with my Iwata NEO and a good cleaning of the brush and nozzle solved the problem.
They say: Boasting twin outlets, this compressor can have two tools connected to it at once.
I don't think that you can have an outlet without...
There is a small o-ring on the nozzle of NEO, do we have to remove it before soaking?
Thank you very much for the help I understand better how to clean my brush
So it's ok to use those brushes as long the metal core doesn't scratches the nozzle?
You use animal painting brushes instead of synthetic?
I bought brushes for cleaning between teeth. It has a very small metal core and soft bristles in a round shape. I want to know if it's the right...
Do you unscrew the first small nozzle cap? I do it for small details.
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Thank you very much. That is exactly the help I wanted. I did this drawing just to practice to draw lines.
If you have some comments don't hesitate.
I did this today. 30 PSI , Createx Wicked 1:1 ... Iwata NEO
[IMG]20210324_215239 by Stan Louka, on Flickr
I will try to go a little bit at a time. now I reduce 1:1 .. I can try 2 parts paint and 3 parts reducer.
Now I have to find the PSI for details :)