I used The Jiffy Cap with a Montana spray can and they are good for fill - ins and thick outlines. High out put cap. They are good for outlining throw - ups and making throw - ups. Plus, are good for blending colors and misting one color over another.
The Euro Fat Cap is good for flares and shows the dot in the center when first sprayed. The width I got was at 8" inches. That means this cap is good for throw - ups and outer out- lines. Probably misting and shading colors into a well made piece.
This cap did not work well with the Montanas. It gets stuck. With the Rustoluem I tried it, and the spray was very thin. I sprayed it from six inches away and it gave me a dot the size of a normal eight ounce cup. The line had been very thin when sprayed from the Rustoleum. The out-put had been less than one inch thick. The are good on Rustoleum, only. Thesse caps are good for outlining, fading, and shading.
the Lego thin Cap works well with Montana cans; they spray from fat to thin. It reminds me of the New York fat. I had tried it on a Rustoleum spray can and it gave me the same results. I sprayed it from s far as six to eight inches away, and it gave me an out put of a dot a little bigger than a coffee mug size. This cap is good for fill- ins and out line. Additionally, for detail work, shading and fading.
This cap sprays a medium line. They work well with the female Rustoleums. They will NOT work with Montana, Belton, Flame, or any European spray can. They are mostly good for bubble letters, quick fill- ins, and sometimes outlines.
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