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Discussion in 'Airbrushes' started by Bryan71, Apr 16, 2019 at 7:54 PM.


  1. Bryan71

    Bryan71 Young Tutorling

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    I am looking to buy a brush just for priming my models 1/35 military vehicles I use Mr Surfacer 1500.
    I use my micron’s for marbling so is it worth buying a decent brush just for priming.
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    primer will usually like a larger nozzle size so your microns should be left for the detailing.
    there are many options for 'good' primer brushes, The Iwata Eclipse hp-c immediately springs to mind, but there are other options,
    @Robbyrockett2 has a few 'non' iwata brushes that he likes, I'll let him name the makes and models :)
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    Robbyrockett2 Air-Valve Autobot! Very Likeable!

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    Probably not, really i wouldnt be looking to spend much over $50-60 for a primer brush.
    A badger 350 or Paasche H are insanely easy to clean up.

    If you're spoiled (which the microns suggest :) )
    GSI
    PS-290
    PS-266
    Maybe PS-268
    Just depending on your preference.

    Those are the "non-Iwata" jackie was referring to lol.
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