Master Airbrush Yes Or No???????

Decorating By cakeymom Updated 22 Sep 2014 , 11:33pm by jerlady

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cakeymom Posted 20 Sep 2014 , 6:33pm
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ADoes anyone have the Master Airbrush model G23-22????? I want a mini system for cookie stenciling.


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cakeymom Posted 22 Sep 2014 , 8:40pm
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Anyone have any suggestions????

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hobbist Posted 22 Sep 2014 , 10:09pm
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I have this airbrush.  I haven't had enough practice with it to have better control with finer details.   I love it and wish I had more time to dabble with it .   My only complaint is that the holder for it is stupid .   Dropped the airbrush and bent the needle right after I got it.   Spare needles are a must.   Costs more to ship needles than cost of the needles.   Always have spare needles.  I purchased a holder that clamps onto a table for mine and it is much more stable.

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jerlady Posted 22 Sep 2014 , 11:33pm
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Great advice Hobbist. Extra needles is definitely a must.  I have this airbrush as well.  And like you (Hobbist) I really have not taken much time to really learn it (i.e. adjusting air pressure, and knowing the different pressure(s) when spraying.  However, I have airbrushed cakes, cookies, gumpaste figures, to name a few with minimal problems.  It's pretty "plug and play" and as I purchased it from TCP Global they are very responsive with the few problems I've had.  One included them shipping me a complete new system (free of charge, and I didn't have to return the other one) because the air pressure adjuster was not working properly.

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