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Hello all.

I'm new to Hobby Talk, but am convinced that this place will be a great experience!

I've recently purchased an airbrush and am having a great time using it. Unfortunately, I am having issues with the air propellant can. I know that temperature greatly effects air pressure, but that really limits the time and place of using it. What is the optimum temperature? Will I have to wait 'til next spring before I can use it again?

I've used warm water to heat the can up a little, but have had little to no success with it. I've read lots of books and magazines on airbrushing, however, this particular issue doesn't really come up. Is there anything else I can do, besides buying a compressor?

Thanks.
 
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