I dont know the chemical make up of the rust remover/converter stuff - just that the two types I have worked with are both quite nasty and I found that a roller brush worked well to get it applied to the surface.Ok thanks for thanks for the quick reply! Do you think it may destroy the inner workings of it?
AHHHH - ok - now I get it But it still holds true to get the correct reducer (thinners etc) but this is an EPOXY paint and I suggest that if you did paint with this paint here - that you clean the ABs VERY quickly after using them - epoxy paints HARDEN, as apposed to acrylics that dry. It looks very similar to a paint available here in SA that is called Hammerite, nice stuff but expensive. I would still consider using a cheap AB.It is regular paint though. The company name is just called Killrust.
Well, you're doing something i tried to do when i begun, try to buy cheap paints because 40$ for a set of wicked seems a lot. But u use so little paint when airbrushing that it doesnt really matter, im using wicked 1/3 of the time i paint and the colors i've used about 1/3 of, the white 3/4. If i'd only use it i'd use a kit a year.Does anyone know if there are there any other widely available paints (hardware stores ect.) you can use in airbrushing?