Chris McCoy

Cleaning The Stencils?

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Last week i bought the airbrush stencil and is it possible to clean up these after using? 

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What's it made out of?

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Uhf, probably no way to clean it...

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Perhaps a layer of 'something' that the paint won't adhere to over the stencil before sprayin?

I've no idea what but a possibility maybe?

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Why would you have to clean it? I assume the color layer applied on it during use is so thin you can use it a long time before running into problems - if you let it dry between uses.

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Some points of the stencils are so fragile and thin, that they will closed after some painting sessions. My first idea was using the spray cans, but if i can't clean them, it will be better to use my cheap airbrush pistol. So the spray layer should be thinner than a spray can.

They should made them from plastic so that the could be cleaned with alcohol. I guess, this would be better.

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Hi!
 
I know that the HDC is treated with a kind of oil but not sure if it can be cleaned and obviously I do not know exactly how it will be done. I will talk about this to our painter and designer and will come back with a response as soon as possible.
 
Have a nice day!
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