||These are a must for anyone who's meticulous with their pressure systems, and even for the broke artists that get good paint, just bad valve systems and wish they could pop a pink dot on that can of theirs. Now you can. These work on every single valve system I have ever came in contact with. Even rusto cans with busted valves that don't take quite well to rusto fats. Tutorials on how to use these are everywhere on the internet, but
basic things to keep in mind are:
Bigger temperature difference, the faster the paint exchanges.
Cans with more pressure in them transfer more solvent than paint.
(my tip is to put the empty can straight out of the freezer into a bag of ice, and the can thats full in a cup of hot a$$ water. Paint transfers SO smooth. Also, you can empty out solvent and keep filling up to make that nice black extremely low pressure. beware though, you always need enough propellant to actually spray all the paint out.)
Ever wish you could outline as thin as a pencil with harbor blue? Throw some harbor blue in an alien can.
Ever wish you could could fill in that throw in 10 seconds and not have to worry about buying a new can of 600 ml every time? Put a can and a bunch of solvent in a 600 ml burner can.
Wish you could silence all your paint on those freights that are right outside the rail boss's office instead of buying a bunch of montana? Just transfer all your paint to montana.
My life began the night I came across these.
And I hope they help you out too.
(Best for me, is transfer a cheap black to a can of mtn. And a full white and half of a solid color like purple to a 600 ml, creamy throws for miles)
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]