Createx Colors Airbrush Cleaner 2-16oz

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5618 Createx Airbrush Cleaner -A mild, water-based solvent cleaner for rinsing colors while painting.

  • Rinses paint from airbrush or spray-gun more effectively compared to water when changing colors.
  • Helps maintain proper working condition of airbrush or spray-gun by preventing build-up of dried paint.
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3 Reviews

  • 5

    Posted by Michael Bowman on Feb 22nd 2020

    This is all I use between color changes to clear out color before adding a second color to my airbrush. I don't have to flush out with water before refilling the airbrush. Createx and Spray Gunner pulls through again with a fine product!

  • 5
    5618 Cleaner

    Posted by Jay McCaughtry on Aug 31st 2019

    I think this is a pretty awesome cleaner. It is true that this is not like using 4012 reducer for cleaning out the m9re sticky materials, Candy2o for instance. However, we don't need a tougher solvent for the regular Createx paints, This cleaner does a great job and doesn't evaporate like 4012 will. That is a good thing when you are cleaning airbrushes for color changes all day and cost less!I put some Cleaner in a shot glass and use a pipette to put it in my brushes for
    color changes and regular cleaning saves a lot of cleaner and money.
    If you have paint dried in your brush the best product to use isn't this or 4012.
    For those tough jobs, like dried paint in a brush, use Restore. That is what Restore is made to do. Wear a respirator and vent the fumes when cleaning with Restore.
    Different products for different jobs. 5618 cost less and does the job well for most situations. It is way less harsh on your airbrush and your lungs too.
    Hope this helps!

  • 2

    Posted by Jesus Cervantes on Dec 7th 2018

    Good for a quick wash when interchanging colors, but don't expect this to get all the gunk out. I find the createx 4012 to do a better job.

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