Hi i am using alcohol and wilton food coloring to airbrush for the first time what ratio do i need does any one know? Thanks for input
Well to start off I definetly wouldn't use wilton colors in my airbrush..There are tiny particle in their pastes that will clog the airbrush and no amount of alcohol will dissolve it..I wouldn't do it if I were you...Buy the proper airbrush liquids from Americolor or chefmaster...You'll be sorry if you have to tear the airbrush apart to clean..JMO
I've always used airbrush colors. When you thin down color gels you may still have clumps that will clog the airbrush.
The only think I mix with alcohol in my airbrush are luster or pearl dusts. When I do those I do a very thin mixture.
You were right about the sediment and how it is hard to get it to dissolve, but I am in a pinch and I took and strained the sediment out of it and it is working great. Thank you so much for the advice what do you recommend for air brush paint?
Americolor has a great selection.