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You only have to rinse the PVA off. If you have already rinsed it off, you would only need to rinse again if you dip it again. That slimy stuff on the part after you dip is the PVA. When you say you are retouching, do you mean that you are dipping again, or is this airbrush touch up?

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  • You only have to rinse the PVA off. If you have already rinsed it off, you would only need to rinse again if you dip it again. That slimy stuff on the part after you dip is the PVA. When you say you are retouching, do you mean that you are dipping again, or is this airbrush touch up?
    March 30
  • louka2010

    Sorry I'm Canadian.I rinse after retouching ?
    March 29