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atticusrex from PA,USA    Tuesday November 01, 2016 Asked this Question:
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Question: So over the last 6 months i\'ve been doing spray paint art, mostly on poster board and canvas (Kinda like those guys at the boardwalk and such) I\'ve just been using the standard Rustoleum Painter\'s touch and some Krylon here and there. I\'ve been wanting to try acrylic sprays for the low odor quality since, come winter I will probably be doing in my basement. So, any suggestions on where to start with the acrylics? I think Flame Blue may be the place to start.
AP Reply: Flame Blue is going to have definitely lower pressure than Rusto. You will notice this right away! Although it/s a great place to start, don/t be fooled by the low order, you still need proper ventilation and protection! Spray smart! You will really like the Flame Blue!
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