The most important part of taking up painting with an Airbrush is the cleaning and care for it. Taking time to properly clean your airbrush is what will be the defining attribute to a nice clean airbrush painting. The saying used to be “your painting will only be as good as your equipment,” when it is in fact, ” your art will only be as good as how CLEAN your equipment is.”


When removing parts, set aside in order, from right to left and refer to the Parts diagram when re-assembling your airbrush

Step 1.

Using a spanner wrench, pry off the safety clip.

Step 2.

Remove the Locking clip and set aside.

Step 3. 

While unscrewing, push the fluid nozzle down to slightly unsnap the brass needle.

Step 4.
The needle has a flat notch that lines up with the flat notch on the Airbrush body.
Step 5.
Remove the brass airbrush needle then set aside.
Step 6.
Unscrew the air cap at the tip of the airbrush and set aside.
Step 6a.
Clean the air cap using the cleaning brushes and airbrush cleaner.
Step 6b.
Using the fine cleaning brush and clean the inside and outside of the needle.
Step 6c.
Clean the fluid nozzle using a medium size airbrush cleaning brush.