Clean it like it has putrid alien guts all over it, and the only way to get the smell off is to wash it thoroughly (15 minutes)

Although this probably sounds like a no-brainer (I mean, how an anyone mess this up), there does happen to be a special trick to getting hidden chemicals off of the surface of your blaster(and of course cough —all that leftover sanding dust cough -who could forget that).

What you will learn in this step

  • How to rid your shells of paint-hating dust and chemicals

What you need to get started

  • Water
  • Sponge
  • Rubbing alcohol or mineral spirits
  • Old toothbrush (optional)

Why clean?

Cleaning is highly necessary. If dust is left on your blaster the paint won’t stick, and it will be like you never

One Share = Complete Access. Get the rest of the tutorial by giving us a quick share.

Leave Me A Comment Below If You Have Any Questions

2 Comments

  • Tony Lewis

    Reply Reply November 4, 2016

    Hey I was wandering if it would be okay to use a hair dryer instead of just air drying?

* Denotes Required Field