Opaque Colors are solid colors intended for coverage. For many projects, starting with either Opaque White or Black works best as a base followed by Transparent and other color types. Opaque colors work best with larger tip-sized airbrushes operated at higher PSI settings.
Opaque Colors have a high pigment load and added filler for opaque coverage out of the bottle. To assist flow and atomization, Opaque Colors may be thinned with 5601 Transparent Base or 4012 High Performance Reducer. Add 4030 Mix Additive to Createx Airbrush Colors for improved spray performance and adhesion on plastic, vinyl and application onto hard-surfaces.
Neon colors which emit a glow (fluoresce). Fluorescent Colors work best over a white base such as Createx Opaque White or AutoBorne Sealer White. Fluorescent colors are NOT lightfast. The color’s fluorescence is due to the pigment being in a rapid state of decay. Fluorescent colors are not intended for permanent finishes. For best results apply over a color-keyed base color to hide fade of fluorescent pigment. Fluorescent Colors are very transparent out of the bottle and may be reduced with 5601 Transparent Base or 4012 High Performance Reducer to increase transparency and assist flow & atomization with smaller airbrush tip-sizes. Add 4030 Mix Additive to Createx Airbrush Colors for improved spray performance and adhesion on plastic, vinyl and application onto hard-surfaces.