paint dried airbrush

If ammonia does not work, lacquer thinner will. It will break up anything!
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braillescale
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True, but the problem with LT and acetone is their colloidal properties; they tend to promote stuff coming off in clumps which makes cleaning the inside of an airbrush a little tougher. You're better off emulsifying the clog with the least vitriolic chemical first and then using laquer thinner for a final douche. hth
The Keeper (of too much crap!)
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Keeper
Including, probably, a few internal plastic parts and seals...
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Serge D. Grun

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