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Discussion in 'Beginners help' started by Dave Harlow, Jun 8, 2016.


  1. Dave Harlow

    Dave Harlow Guest

    Hello,

    I have done some airbrush work, I mainly have used Spray cans (as a kid I did alot of Graffiti) I am good at the brush and alot of the same know how carries (well some) I am looking to do a mural on my 8yr olds wall for him, however he has asthma, and obviously I don't want to use a automotive paint, due to fumes and it will take forever to air out (as a kid I did a mural in my first apartment, smelled like spray paint for weeks.. could explain some of my issues heh).
    Anyway I am looking for some direction on what paint would be good and vibrant similar to a spray paint, like Molotaw, Ironlak, etc but in a low odor, ability to be used indoors.
  2. Mr.Micron

    Mr.Micron Royal pain in the air hose Staff Member Admin Mod

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    markjthomson AKA QuickDraw and very happy #nobrushleftbehind Staff Member Admin

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    I can feel the yell starting... water based is the answer...
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    ad fez kind of a big deal = Admington

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    Yup you need water based....wicked is great for your application.....it does have a negligible bit of solvent in but a small amount which will evaporate on application and cause no issues.....also you could look at etac/grex private stock if you can get it where you are

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