What Reducer Is Best For Createx Paints?

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I am in need of helping of choosing a reducer for Createx Paints, I've seen many reviews for illustration base, apparently that works the best, also along with Wicked's W100 Reducer? Can I have a clarification on which reducer to buy please, as I don't want to get one that is less effective than the other for instance!

Thank you all yet again, as said, I have many questions that I will be bowling out!

Many thanks,

- Kai :)!
 
Createx airbrush color uses the same reducer as Wicked if I remember correctly, just checked on the site " Wicked W100 Reducer: High performance reducer with solvent for use with all Createx paints; dramatically improves flow and reduces tip-dry. Reduce in any ratio.”

You can checkout their website here: http://www.createxcolors.com

Hope it helps. :)
 
They don't recommend the w100 for the original createx paint. The wicked and AA are forumulated differently and can handle the solvents, the original stuff is a completely different formula and type of paint. They have a reducer specific for that paint. I've talked to some reps and that's what they have told me. you shouldn't mix wicked or AA with createx but you can mix those together.

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They don't recommend the w100 for the original createx paint. The wicked and AA are forumulated differently and can handle the solvents, the original stuff is a completely different formula and type of paint. They have a reducer specific for that paint. I've talked to some reps and that's what they have told me. you shouldn't mix wicked or AA with createx but you can mix those together.

That's strange Immortal, because that quoted passage was taken from their documentation. http://www.createxcolors.com/PDFs/AppGuide_CreatexAirbrushColors.pdf

:)
 
Createx does not recommend using the reducers for AA or Wicked for the regular Createx line,
 
Createx airbrush color uses the same reducer as Wicked if I remember correctly, just checked on the site " Wicked W100 Reducer: High performance reducer with solvent for use with all Createx paints; dramatically improves flow and reduces tip-dry. Reduce in any ratio.”

You can checkout their website here: Createx Colors™

Hope it helps. :)

They don't recommend the w100 for the original createx paint. The wicked and AA are forumulated differently and can handle the solvents, the original stuff is a completely different formula and type of paint. They have a reducer specific for that paint. I've talked to some reps and that's what they have told me. you shouldn't mix wicked or AA with createx but you can mix those together.

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See, this is exactly what I got confused with, it says that used Wicked W100 High Reducer with createx paints, however createx themselves do not actually recommend it, its so confusing but then again, I suppose if they know createx are another high brand in paint, they could try sell part of their line of products saying they are compatible with Createx paints? I will try search it up a bit more, but personally I was going to buy the Createx Illustration Base Reducer?

Many thanks for all your input guys it is really helping me!
 
Createx line is best reduced with plain distilled water. AA and Wicked are all Createx paints but have a different base medium or chemical base if you want, so therefore these two are inter mixable.
For original createx use water and a few drops of retarder if you have tip dry.
 
Createx line is best reduced with plain distilled water. AA and Wicked are all Createx paints but have a different base medium or chemical base if you want, so therefore these two are inter mixable.
For original createx use water and a few drops of retarder if you have tip dry.
I did only use a couple water drops to create the consistency that I was looking for/comfortable with, and it works absolutely fine.

I didn't get tip dry though as I am consistent with my session, I heat cure my paint (Createx) everytime I finish a couple sprays! Thank you though for your input!
 
Na dont mix it with auto air or wicked stuff ... its not the same resin ... you will break the paint!

Just use water ! Ive try with illustration base and, for my opinion, its crap and waste of money because water work better...

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That's strange Immortal, because that quoted passage was taken from their documentation. http://www.createxcolors.com/PDFs/AppGuide_CreatexAirbrushColors.pdf

:)

if you read on the actual site the descriptions on the reducers it says only for aa and wicked. The createx has its own line of transparent base for a reducer and a retarder. The createx original line is resin based and a completely different formula and outdated. Also look at the date on the pdf file you linked. Its from 2009 so extremely out of date info

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Sorry to have miss informed you Kaizee. I think createx should update their site though so I wouldn't be saying bull sh*t using the info I find their. :)
 
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