Just wondering if anyone could tell me the differnce between catering airbrush kits & other non catering airbrush kits?
Apart from the price i cant see any difference so if you know please could you explain to me.
I'd really like to get one but the cost is putting me off
Not sure what you mean catering Do you mean hobby such as model airbrushes or food airbrushes?
I was looking at getting a food airbrush for cake spraying/decorating & wondered what the difference was between one for that & an airbrush for Models or Nail art
Is there any difference i know the paint obiously is different but is the Brush itself different in any way
i would love to know this too.. i have been looking at them for ages but the cake decorating ones here in Oz go for about $600! which i think is a massive investment!! What types of machines are people using??
As far as I know there is no difference. Just be sure you get a compressor that has adjustable pressure (psi).
Went to Harbor Freight and bought a 40 psi Oil-less aircompressor with airbrush kit for about $80.
Compressor has a moisture trap. I can add a pressure regulator if I want to (40 psi has been just gravy), and most importantly its OIL-LESS.
Works great, cleans easily and I love it to death.
Airbrush looks like this:
YAY now i know what to look for & thing there's a greater chance of being able to afford one. Some of the airbrush kits for food were about 179 english pounds (approx$360) which is out of my price range.
Maybe if i'm good Santa might get me one for Christmas this year lol
Thanks all so much for your worldly knowledge have a great weekend