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There are two main kinds of cleaning required for those who use airbrush makeup. The first is cleaning between application of different makeup; the second is cleaning after completing your makeup routine. For those new to airbrushing this may seem a little daunting but it's really no worse than keeping your regular makeup tools clean. Remember, airbrush makeup guns will not work properly without regular and proper cleaning. This article will help you cut down cleaning time significantly and also contains information on the correct cleaning products and tools you should be using when cleaning the airbrush makeup gun. Most airbrush makeup kits come with a branded fluid cleaner. This will most likely be alcohol or chemical based. However, for daily cleaning and rinsing it is usually enough just to use soap and water or even just water alone. The most important thing is not to use regular tap water as it contains trace elements and metals that build up in your airbrush gun over time and will eventually damage or clog it. Use distilled water or filtered water only. Some airbrush makeup kits also come with a cleaning kit which contains the right tools (usually brushes of various sizes) as well as instructions for cleaning the airbrush. It's very important to be aware of these instructions because they can be extremely helpful but it's also good to know how to clean your airbrush without fancy equipment and branded cleaners. Really, just a q-tip and a cotton swap (or, lint free cloth) is all you need. For those with an eco-conscience, there are many chemical free cleaners which will be up for the job of cleaning your airbrush gun. Look for a cleaner that is non-toxic, food-grade, hypoallergenic and pH balanced. Article Source: