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If the gun doesn't leak, it can sit for a while. I will clean the needle, tip, and cap before spraying again. The contents should be agitated, as it can separate.

If you don't have the budget for multiple guns, or only use one now and then, learn how to clean it. There are wrenches with multiple sizes that will fit any part of all guns. They are inexpensive, and available at most box stores, hardware and paint stores. If you can't find them, try an automotive paint and body type store.

Likewise, there are various size brushes and reams that can be used to clean the gun. If inordinate particles come out of your gun years later, the gun hasn't been cleaned or maintained properly.

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