Iwata Universal Spray-Out Pot Review
|Date of Review||April 2016||Manufacturer||Iwata|
|Subject||Universal Spray-Out Pot||Pros||Holds even my modified airbrushes|
|Cons||Nothing noted||MSRP (USD)||$31.95|
Iwata has released a trio of airbrush accessories worth noting. They've produced a new universal airbrush holder that clamps to the edge of your work table and holds two airbrushes, an air regulator/moisture trap, and this new cleaning station/spray-out pot, all of which can be integrated into their new airbrush workstation. In this review, we'll focus on the universal spray-out pot.
This set comes with a glass jar that is covered with a rubber protecting shield, a plastic top with airbrush entry hole and filtered exhaust, two spare filter elements, a cradle to hold your airbrush, a support arm to keep the pot from tipping over when the airbrush is in the cradle, and rubber airbrush nozzle holder. Simply fill the jar with soapy water and assemble the pot. The next time you have excess paint, especially enamels or lacquers, simply put the airbrush nozzle into the rubber nozzle holder and spray the airbrush empty. You can rest the airbrush in the cradle while you prepare the next color or your cleaning materials. When the soapy water gets dirty enough, simply wash out the pot and add more soapy water. This will help you keep vapors under control when using your airbrush.
I assembed the universal spray-out pot per the instructions, and added it to the airbrush station using the silver bracket included in the universal airbrush holder (image upper right). Here's a look at the integrated workstation on my bench:
You can find the Iwata Universal Spray-Out Pot at your favorite hobby shop and if not, they can special order it for you. In the meantime, you can read more about these and the other cool products from Iwata by visiting their website at http://www.iwata-airbrush.com/
My sincere thanks to Iwata Media for this review sample!