- To help keep your working area clean, cover the surface with paper and use a large empty box as a spray booth. Work in a well ventilated room. When using an airbrush to colour sugar flowers keep the nozzle at least 6 inches away from the flower – if the petals become shiny/wet allow them to dry before adding another coat of colour.
- The airbrush does not need to be cleaned out each time there is a colour change. Spray the excess colour into a cleaning jar. Add the new colour to the ink well and spray onto a test piece of paper until the required colour/shade comes through.
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