Published May 16, 2018, 8:34 p.m.
Here's the spray gun that I'm using. I tend to use it on 4-5 bar depending on how the enamel mix is passing through the gun. I've found the steel groundcoat to be easier than the opaque white to get through the gun without clogging.
A good tip for declogging the gun is to put your finger over the exit nozzle and press the trigger. This should blow air up into the liquid enamel holding chamber and, hopefully, unclog the gun. It doesn't always work mind you, so there's also a bit of cleaning out to do from time to time.
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