709 - Pinty Plus - Gun For Spray Paints
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The Pintyplus gun for spray paints is a universal gun-shaped gadget for all types of aerosols. The “Be a Pintypluser” gun has been designed to improve the experience of painting offering fatigue-free spraying. The gun mechanism is simple and at the same time very robust.
Unlike other gadgets for sprays, the paint does not build up in the bottom of the gun so paint dripping is avoided and the gun does not need cleaning after use.
- Ergonomic handle.
- Easy handling.
- Universal use that fits most aerosol cans available on the market. No matter the length or the diameter of the can.
- Very durable. Product lifetime for at least 500 aerosols.
How to use it:
In order to attach the spray gun to the aerosol can correctly, the end of the gun barrel must be positioned on the upper part of the can with the spray part of the nozzle facing out. Apply pressure and push the gun on to the can so it clicks into place. Afterwards, check again that the spary part of the nozzle is facing out. If the nozzle isn't facing out rotate until it is. You can see the spray gun being attached in the video below.
Now you just need to activate the trigger and begin spraying normally.
When you have finished, apply a contrary pressure to remove the aerosol can from the gun. If there's still paint left in the can, don't forget to turn it upside down and spray until only gas comes out, this leaves the nozzle of the aerosol clean and ready for its next use.
Parts of the gun
It has a holding ring where the aerosol can is fitted. The material is robust and flexible enough to allow an unlimited number of attachments and removals.
It is provided with a trigger which when activated presses the aerosol dispenser which shoots the paint.
The ergonomic handle allows you to paint comfortably and continuously without interruptions.
The “Be a PintyPluser” slogan is printed on one side of the gun while on the other you will see the address of the Spanish manufacturers blog: www.shakingcolors.com.