SNAKE RIVER GRANITE Airbrush Paint 1 oz
Color: A light gray with a brownish tint, resembling granite found along the Snake River. Snake River Granite is also popular as an aged concrete, and when diluted makes for a great weathering color.
How to Use: Mix paint well; using a mechanical mixer is highly recommended. Using the included funnel-filter, pour the paint into your airbrush cup. Spray your project using multiple light coats. Allow sheen to disappear between coats (usually 5-10 minutes).
Clean-up: Quick and simple – use ammonia-based window cleaner. Spray onto surface areas, filters, funnels, etc. Rinse with clean water.
Recommended Thinner: ModelersDP paint performs best when thinned with Isopropyl Alcohol (IPA) 91%. Refresh paint with a small amount of alcohol before mixing, add more as needed. Dilute freely to ease the flow of paint through the airbrush, reduce opacity, and aid mixing.
Weathering: Pour a little paint in the bottom of your airbrush cup, add alcohol. Dilute up to 95% alcohol to 5% paint. Color will appear once sheen has dried.
Compressor Pressure: Optimal PSI varies by airbrush, we recommend starting with 25 psi and increasing or decreasing pressure as needed.
Tech Tips: For how-to’s and trouble-shooting, see Modelers Tech Tips topics.
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Mix. Filter. Dilute. Ready-to-use acrylic airbrush paint. Conveniently packaged in over-sized bottles for easy mixing!
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