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POWDER PAINT AIR
BRUSH - Applying Powder Paint has never been easier!
just made applying our Heat & Dip Powder Paints easier than ever! Heat &
Spray with amazing air brush effects such as lines, patterns, splashes,
two-tones etc. Quickly and easily paint one or two sides of all your spinner blades, spoons,
spinnerbait heads and any other metal parts you want painted. Even apply amazing
glitter effects in minutes, all with no dry time. It's
fun, fast and easy...
- Kit # 75-30-22 includes one Powder Paint Air
Brush, one 8 foot air hose, and one empty glass jar.
Power Paint Air
Guns are currently "SOLD OUT".
ETA will be posted as soon as we know when they are expected.
Number of Jars
Powder Paint Air Gun Kit
Extra Empty Glass Jar 90ml (~4 floz) w/lid*
* Same glass jar as included with
the Air Gun.
AIRBRUSH / AIR
Use these handy manifolds when using two or more
Powder Paint Air Guns or regular airbrushes. Saves having to change paint
colours when painting your lures multiple colours. Manifolds
may be ganged to increase the number of ports using additional npt fitting. 3
port manifolds are no longer available.
Port Manifold (includes 2 NPT fittings)
Port Manifold (includes 4 NPT fittings)
Instructions for using the
Powder Paint Air Brush
- Warm part to be painted in a preheated oven at
350-400 degrees F for 5 minutes. A small propane torch can also be used by
holding the part with needle nose pliers or by hanging on a fine wire and
moving back and forth over flame for a few seconds.
- Immediately after heating, hold or hang part
sideways to allow spraying in a sweeping motion.
- The powder will adhere immediately and flow
out to a smooth finish. If metal has cooled to the point where powder does
not flow out completely, return piece to the oven or wave back side of piece
over torch flame until desired effect is achieved. More paint can be added
as necessary. For maximum durability, hang piece in oven for 10 minutes at
350 degrees F.
- Unused powder can be left in covered jars. To
change colours, simply blow out plastic tube and attach new jar. Fill jars
only half full for best results. Glass jars (available seperately - item #
75-30-05) may be attached directly to the Spray Gun. To eliminate dust, work in front of a
cardboard box, lying on its side, with a shop vac hose inserted into the
lower back corner of the box. The air flow created by the shop vac will keep
powder in the box.
- Always use in a ventilated area. Using a respirator
is always recommended when spraying powder paint..
What Air Compressor
Do I Need?
The Powder Paint Air Gun requires air pressure of ½ to 1 cfm
at 5 to 10 PSI. Almost any compressor car be used, even the smallest one gallon
tanked compressor is more than adequate for use
with four guns.
regulator may be needed if your compressor's regulator can not reduce the air
pressure to between 5 and 10 psi.
Large tanked compressors may
need a water filter or other air dryer to ensure water droplets do not enter the
gun and moisten the powder paint.
Do I Need a Water Filter?
You can perform
a simple test to see if your compressor needs a water filter. Attach your new
unused (or clean) powder spray gun to your compressor's hose and lightly spray
air onto a sheet of printer paper directly from your powder spray gun Look for
any moisture forming or sticking to the paper. If you can see moisture on the
paper sheet you may need a water filter.
Tips to Reduce Water
Droplets Entering Your Powder Air Gun?
- If your compressor has a tank
- drain the water from your compressor's tank daily.
- Add a water filter to