Hi guys, my question has to do with getting thin lines for portrait and detail work with Acrylic based colors. My brush is an Iwatta Hp-c .3mm. I'm using it at no more than 20psi, and using Createx "Airbrush Colors" series. I mention the paint specifically because I know alcohol works against an acrylic base. I'm currently using Hydrogen peroxide to dilute it, and it does a good job. My problem is that sometimes, depending on color, it will either thin it too much (get the spider legs) or if its too thick it will tend to not easily flow and sometimes spit, pulse my lines. I'm using a moisture trap at the compressor and brush, so I'm ruling that out. I have no problem with using my Iwata Hp-cs .5 for large coverage, but working with the thinner tip is proving a real challenge sometimes and SO frustrating. Also, I've found that the only good cleaner for my brush is Windex, really cleans it out good, but have read to NOT use it as it may eat the finish. I hate to tare my gun appart everytime I'm done working. Any other way around cleaning it also? Thanks guys.