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  • Blademan
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    something over looked alot is the oven it self, it's really wild the stuff that can accumulate in there, I try...."heavy on the try" to do a COMPLETE SWEEP when im done, its amazing the places powder gets to and hides, and all it takes is one good puff of wind to ruin a job...I clean my gun right away and the spray area. and if im in the mood i'll wash down the spray area. That dont happen alot, usually rght after i have a white pc job that has purple and red dots on it...

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  • HobbyTalk
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    Thanks for the info... that helps a lot.

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  • wamontgomery
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    Originally posted by HobbyTalk
    I just purchased the hobby gun and have a question about cleaning up after you are done PCing. What is the best way to clean the gun and the gun cups? Would it be best (easiest) to get a different cup for each color?

    Since I'll be doing mostly small, small quantity items (2 to 5) at a time, it sure seems like a lot of work for cleanup (if the cups have to be cleaned too) for the small amount of items being done at one time.

    TIA for the tips/answers!

    Easiest way to clean the gun is to use a air compressor and that usually get's it done QUICK. Usually I use a different cup for each color, and if you run out of cups and want to switch, just wash out the cups and let them air dry for awhile.

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  • HobbyTalk
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    Post PC Cleanup

    I just purchased the hobby gun and have a question about cleaning up after you are done PCing. What is the best way to clean the gun and the gun cups? Would it be best (easiest) to get a different cup for each color?

    Since I'll be doing mostly small, small quantity items (2 to 5) at a time, it sure seems like a lot of work for cleanup (if the cups have to be cleaned too) for the small amount of items being done at one time.

    TIA for the tips/answers!
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