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· The Penny Pincher
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BLUESTEEL: The last spray gun I bought new was so dirty on the inside that
I had to clean it thourghly to work.
Don't trust any of them, some have grease and oil in places they shouldn't.

To everyone else, I can't imagine not disassembling and cleaning my gun
as soon as I'm done spraying. I have some guns that are 20 yrs old
that look like new, not a speck of paint anywhere, I can pick up any one of
them at anytime and start spraying perfectly.
All I've ever used is lacquer thinner to clean with.
It doesn't take 10 minutes to clean a gun,especially these HVLP ones today.
To put some thinner in it and sit it aside is just plain lazy.
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