Airbrush Maintenance Tools

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Tools for airbrush assembly/disassembly maintenance 

Includes needle seal screw driver and air valve tool. 

Screwdriver will fit: GSI Creos, Iwata, Master airbrush, H&S, Sparmax, Tamiya and other brand with flat screwdriver needle seal screw. 

Air valve tool fits: GSI Creos, Iwata, Master Airbrush, Sparmax, Tamiya  and other brands with similar air valve nut type. 

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7 Reviews

  • 5
    Very happy with this

    Posted by Jay Holtslander on Jan 9th 2020

    Works perfectly for my Mr Hobby Airbrush. The alternative would've been to buy an Iwata Maintenance Tool set which would've cost me well over $150 CAD.

  • 5

    Posted by John Colli on Oct 4th 2019

    Great product

  • 5

    Posted by ERNEST JUNIOR on May 17th 2019

    I found these tools a handy size and weight, now the tool I really like is the air-valve device as it fits the airbrushes that I normally use these days. There is one additional tool I would like to see and that would be some Soft jaw pliers.

  • 5
    Air valve tool

    Posted by Angel Sahagun on Dec 3rd 2018

    This tool is what you need for maintenance on your iwatas. Great price too. I didnt have to buy the full kit

  • 5
    Airbrush Tools

    Posted by Doug Cramer on Aug 25th 2018

    The H+S needle seal removal/installer tool I had would not work in my Iwata's as the shaft size was to big. This tool will work on my air brush's that the H+S wont (probably on the H+S"s also). the other tool will remove the bottom air valve screw that I have been using tweezers on

  • 5
    Good Tools

    Posted by Royce on Aug 22nd 2018

    These tools are well made and do exactly what they are advertised to do. I would like to see the pin on the needle packing tool made just a touch longer, as it's just barely long enough to fit through a packing nut and donut-shaped PTFE packing, but not through a nut and cylindrical packing.

  • 5

    Posted by Unknown on Jul 4th 2018


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