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Art Primo Female Cap Reviews
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Art Primo Female Cap Reviews






What's the difference between caps and valves?









a. Male Caps & Female Valves

The cap's stem inserts into the can's valve.

b. Female Caps & Male Valves


The can's stem inserts into the cap.


This means the can has a stem that protrudes from the valve system. The female cap fits over the stem to release more paint. Most US/ Domestic brands of paint now come with this valve system and do not have an option to switch out the stock cap that comes with it. Art Primo is happy to offer some options we have found that are the most compatible with these brands. As a general rule*, Rusto caps will only fit with Rusto brands and Valspar brands will fit with Valspar and some Krylon products.


*Disclaimer: This rule of thumb is subject to discrepencies within brands. We've done our best to find the best solutions for this inconsistancy. Give us a call, we're always happy to help (206) 365-4083


Here's a great resource that lists domestic brands of paint and the caps that are compatible with them;
Art Primo Female Caps Compatibility Chart




Shop for Art Primo Female Caps HERE!



       
Art Primo Precise Cap



Art Primo Precise Cap
The AP Precise Cap offers the thinnest line available with a female cap and it is amazing for detail cap. Please note: although it appears similar to the stock cap on Rustoleum Painter's Touch, the effect is entirely different- don't be fooled! This cap performs on many spray pai ... More

     
Art Primo Precise Cap
   




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