Airbrushes are simply small sprayers that run off compressed gas. The simplest are single action guns that siphon finish or paint through a tube attached to a container mounted under the gun (air passes over the tube). The airbrushes are simple to use and don’t require a lot of air—any small compressor will run one, and it can even be run off canned gas. Plus, with no finish going through the airbrush or touching the airbrush, cleanup is easy. Airbrushes aren’t meant to spray large projects, but they are perfect for small to medium projects and for finishing small turnings including pens.
- User-friendly; practically “plug and play”
- Easy to set up and adjust
- Easy to clean