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Old 11-16-2012, 11:52 PM   #1
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New Plasti-Dip Nozzle

Plasti-Dip has a new spray nozzle. Idk if anyone has seen it. It makes spraying so much easier and it's much easier to spray large areas with it! They finally made a nozzle that is more for painting something to look nice rather than a uncomfortable nozzle made for doing a half *** job on ur tools. It's so much more comfortable on ur finger and doesn't wear ur finger out as fast. Very happy with it!



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The first can I bought a good while back had the big tip. It does make a significant difference when you have to paint something.
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That big tip made my finger ache after spraying a stripe on my truck, maybe i ought-a do the stripes a gain considering i took them off.
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Old 11-17-2012, 12:59 AM   #4
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I love the bigger nozzle. I would only buy the bigger nozzle now after using it.
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Old 11-17-2012, 01:09 AM   #5
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I use a handle that wraps around the bottle and with a push of a button it sprays
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Yeah I see those by the spray paint always. How well do those sprayers work? I am worried about the bottle falling off or something.
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Yeah I see those by the spray paint always. How well do those sprayers work? I am worried about the bottle falling off or something.
They work great! They cover more surface since u can use it farther and easier to handle
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I agree with Venomouz831! Makes spraying 100 times easier! NO finger cramping and no more wrist pain. Mine is probably due to my age!
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First can of that stuff I ever bought was a few months back, had the large nozzle already
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