Ok, here we go Can you destroy nozzle of the airbrush with to much pressure? Let me explain, I have 2 hoses and 2 regulators. Each hose has his own regulator so I don't adjust pressure all the time. And when I clean my airbrush, if I am lazy I hook my eclipse to the hose which has regulator on 60 psi, I spray some cleaner on that pressure and I am more or less good to go. But, cause I was wondering, and I am not ashamed to ask questions right @SiRoxx I will ask the question. Can you destroy nozzle on micron if you put micron on 60psi? I am really just curious and I doubt anybody asked this question. There is probably bunch of reasons why nobody asked or think about 60 psi on micron for cleaning, but I was drinking my coffee and I got that moment: what would happen if I would do that There was a lot of talk about fragile nozzles, but my brains can't understand how fragile this can be. So, do you destroy nozzle with 60 psi or not?