Which Chocolate Spray Gun to Purchase?
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The Krebs solutions look very interesting but I'm getting confused on the best model for a small shop, so my volume of spraying isn't that great. I use colored cocoa butter, colored compound and thinned down chocolate, all at different times. If I understand correctly the LM25 works best for thinner spraying materials used on light-weight and above pieces; the LM45 works better with heavier weight sprays (compound coatings and colored chocolate) but isn't really recommended for light-weight pieces (the pressure is too high); while the HotCHOC works best with 50 - 50 mixes and keeps the temperature for an hour.
My first question is: which model works best when using a variety of spraying materials - melted compound, thinned chocolate, or colored cocoa butter. And secondly, if I'm using 7oz bottles of colored cocoa butter, won't there be a lot of waste every time I change colors and have to clean out the spray bottle? Like I say, the solutions look very interesting but at a price range of $320 - $398, I really don't want to make a mistake by ordering the wrong model. Thanks for the help, John