Keeping your airbrush clean is one of the most important things you can do to keep it operating reliably for many years. In Part 1 of this series, I go through what I do to clean the airbrush out between colors. Part 2 will go into a more deep clean.
Credit for this tip goes to Don’s Airbrush Tips , specifically the section on airbrush ergonomics. This first tips deals with an issue I notice in using the airbrush for long periods of time. Since the airbrush made of a shiny metal, I tend to grip it tighter then I should. After a while this tends to cause my hand to cramp up. Using this finger wrap (via my wife).