MAKERX Air Brush Nozzle (Food Safe Version)
- Food safe replacement nozzle for (WA742L.9).
- Dual function switch regulates both the airflow and paint volume with a single trigger.
- Precision nozzle for small and detailed painting applications.
- Micro-ergonomic design enhances overall user control for precise application.
- Certified food safe for working with edible colors.
- 4 ft. long flexible cord attachment on the Hub (not included) allows for unencumbered movement when working.
- On/Off button on the Hub provides safety control when the power is activated for tool use.
- MAKERX Hub Connection—Connect to any 20V Power Share battery to power the MAKERX series of Go-Anywhere Creative Tools.
1 – Food-safe Air Brush Nozzle
1 – Dropper, for adding liquid to the paint cup when needed.
1 - Spanner Wrench, for loosening the inner nozzle, although rarely required.
1 - Cleaning Brush, for the outer nozzle and cover if it becomes clogged.
Caution: The inner nozzle is very sharp, like a needle. Handle it carefully.
Dropper for adding liquid to the paint cup when needed.
Spanner Wrench for loosening the inner nozzle, although rarely required.
Cleaning Brush for the outer nozzle and cover if it becomes clogged.
For decorating, use only edible paints and colors. Use food-safe cleaning solutions as directed by the paint manufacturer. Water-based paints are recommended for the MAKERX Air Brush. If some other paint is required, make sure the paint is thin enough to pass through the nozzle without it clogging. Experiment on a scrap piece to make sure the result is acceptable. Clean the nozzle and cup immediately and thoroughly after use. Follow the paint manufacturer's recommendation for cleaning solutions. Be sure to flush any solutions out of the nozzle using water. Spray air through the nozzle to dry it completely after cleaning.
A fully charged 1.5Ah battery will power the Air Brush for about 3 hours of continuous use.
To maintain the best operation, refrain from disassembling the spray gun. Before shipment, it is carefully assembled and calibrated for dependable operation. The spray gun need not be disassembled for cleaning.
Water-based paint is recommended. When painting is concluded, clean the spray gun right away. Allowing paint to dry inside the nozzle can render the spray gun inoperable. Use only food-safe cleaning solutions if edible paints will be used.
1. Dump excess paint from the cup and wipe it out. Rinse out the cup with water.
2. Attach the spray gun to the compressor. Attach the Air Brush to the hub. Open the tail screw for high liquid flow. Drop a small amount of water in the cup. Leave the cap off of the cup.
3. Make sure the speed knob is turned to low on the hub. While holding the compressor, turn on the Air Brush. Place a finger over the nozzle to prevent liquid from coming out. Gently push the trigger and pull it back. The water and paint will begin to bubble up in the cup.
4. Let the air, water, and paint bubble up for a few seconds, then empty the cup. Add clean water to the cup and repeat the bubbling operation several times. Once the bubbles become thin and clear, the paint is mostly cleaned out.
5. Remove your finger from the nozzle and spray water through it. Check that the water is clean and clear.
6. Dump remaining water from the cup and wipe it dry. Spray air through the nozzle until dry air comes out. The spray gun should now be clean, dry, and ready to use later.
7. If your paint is not water-based, follow the manufacturer’s instructions regarding cleaning solutions. Follow the same bubbling procedure as described above. Make sure to flush out any remaining solution completely. Dry out the cup and nozzle.
Designed for Culinary Decorating
Ideal for addding edible colors to culinary art. Perfect for applications where detail is needed. The 0.5 mm nozzle is accurate and easy to control.