Video: Using an Airbrush in Confectionery Play video: Using an Airbrush in Confectionery Please accept cookies in order to view this content Cookie settings Russ Thayer Russ Thayer Tutorial Sign up for free to watch full version Tips for selecting the right airbrush and best practices for achieving the effects you want Applications Bars and TabletsMolded bonbons Actions Write comment Save Need support with your chocolate confections? Find troubleshooting guides & tutorialsChat live with an advisor chef and find the right solution to your challenges Yes, I need support More Tutorials 05:55 Molded Bonbons: Preparing the molds Molded Bonbons: Preparing the molds 00:39 Decorating: Ombré Effect Open access Decorating: Ombré Effect 00:37 Decorating: How to use transfer sheets Decorating: How to use transfer sheets 11:12 Molded Bonbons: Casting the Shells Molded Bonbons: Casting the Shells View more Comments Add comment Submitted by Julie Villamizar on Thu, 01/18/2024 - 01:16 hello. wich brand is recommend to buy an aerograph. Submitted by Ramon Salazar on Wed, 03/08/2023 - 02:20 is there any problem if my compressor is lubricated? Submitted by russthayer on Fri, 03/10/2023 - 19:07 In reply to is there any problem if my… by Ramon Salazar Hi Ramon, In my honest opinion, no it should not be a problem. All compressors, regardless of their type, need a method of lubrication to moderate heat, friction, and the wear-down of the pump and critical components. The biggest difference, however, is whether the lubrication comes from oil or a special material coating on the parts. Regardless of this fact, that oil or material coating does not enter into the air system, so I don't see any reason to worry. If you are concerned however, it is possible to purchase an in-line filtration system to make sure anything is removed before the compressed air passes through the spray gun. I hope this information helps!