Airbrush Equipment

Decorating By vicka Updated 31 May 2011 , 1:45pm by bakingatthebeach

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vicka Posted 31 May 2011 , 1:10pm
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Ï'm interested in buying an airbrush but have no idea what to look for. I live in Quito, Ecuador and will be travelling to the US. What features do I look for? I have no access to food coloring for airbrushing here. Do they clog easily? Is it important to be able to buy parts separately, or buy extra parts just in case I have problems? As you can see, I have no idea about airbrushing or the equipment used but want to give it a try. I am willing to spend about $150 plus food coloring. What should I buy?

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bakingatthebeach Posted 31 May 2011 , 1:45pm
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I bought a Master Airbrush Kit that came with a minicompressor and 4 colors (I bought extra americolors that were offered with it) last year from amazon ( is where it shipped from). It was only 72.00 and works great. I watched alot of youtube videos on caring for it and it never clogs on me. The colors go a long way. I didnt want to spend a bunch of money at first since I never used one before and this one has not disappointed me.

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