SIMair XL 2000 Airbrush

  • Model: SA12037
  • Shipping Weight: 0.7 Kg
  • Units in Stock: 2
  • Manufactured by: SimAir

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Retail Price: £203.75
You save: £50.35  (30%)
Our Price: £143.33

Highly versatile airbrush, perfect for nail and body art, spray tanning, or fine art painting. This fantastic double action model allows you to control air and colour supplies totally independently, so you can achieve a vast range of different art effects and finishes. Included with this XL2000 Airbrush:. Double action refers to the lever on this airbrush press down for air, pull back for paint. The further the lever is pressed down, the stronger the air force, the further the lever is pulled back, the greater the amount of paint. Painting with airbrushes can be used with so many art materials all surfaces can be airbrushed paper, canvasses, metal, wood, glass, plastic. you name it, you can airbrush onto it! The key is to ensure that the paint/ink you use is compatible with the surface being sprayed. All kinds of paint can be used with your airbrush acrylic paints, oil paints, watercolour paints, water based inks as long as they are thinned to the correct milky consistency, thus allowing them to flow freely through the airbrush. You may have to mix some paints with water or a solvent to achieve this. Or, of course, you could use a dedicated airbrush colour straight from the bottle, such as Magic Color or Createx. Several of our airbrushes are independent, double action models so if this one is not for you, why not try the SP35 for Beginners, the Focus airbrush for fine art or model painting, or the Evolution for the professional airbrush artist. You may choose to use paints containing cellulose, but this will rot the O-Rings. Replacements can be purchased here. You can also purchase replacement needles, nozzles and nozzle/needle caps for your airbrush here, as 0.2mm, 0.4mm and 0.6mm can all be fitted to this modelWith double action airbrushes there is a "golden rule" for operation: "AIR ON FIRST, AIR OFF LAST". Please note: The most common reason we find for airbrushes to stop working is that they have not been cleaned properly.

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