Airbrushing Silicone Masks.

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NINJABIKER

New Member
Hi all im confused on painting silicone masks with airbrushing how do you do this? Do you mix both parts of silicone then a pigment then Toluene will this way work?
 
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Usurper

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And i have no idea why you posted this in the VIDEOS section.


But there are a few different ways and different paints you can use. google is your friend.


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NINJABIKER

New Member
Thank u for the replys and sorry for posting in the wrong place i wasnt sure where to ask this i didnt have no luck searching the net as it was all latex painting and i didnt know if it was the same way.
What sort or pressure do u recommend painting with this mix? would 15psi be OK.
 

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Effects Guy

New Member
Some silicones require you add Part B and pigment. Always verify with your supplier and manufacturer. I actually paint my silicone with a special Caulking, called Shinetsu KE-45T, tinted with either powders or oil paints, and thinned with naphtha. Bonds like crazy, and you do not need to worry about potential inhibitions problems.
 

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