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Old 13-11-2013, 11:57 AM   #11
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Nearly £4 a trigger. I hope it lasts.

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Old 13-11-2013, 01:37 PM   #12
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Nearly £4 a trigger. I hope it lasts.

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haha same here mate
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Old 14-11-2013, 12:11 AM   #13
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Just as well I didn't recommend the Kwazar ones then, isn't it?
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Old 14-11-2013, 12:36 AM   #14
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Are they the double pump ones. If so, not for me, if not, look very promising ..
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Yes, spray on pull and release – so much quicker if you need to wet an area, and a highly adjustable nozzle to create a really fine mist if that's all you need.
You ought to get a couple and try them – thinking about them abstractly whilst sitting on your chair won't do you any favours.
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Old 14-11-2013, 01:50 AM   #16
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I've been using the plastic chemical resistant ones from polished bliss, atomiza ones.


Haven't managed to ruin a single one yet. And I'm using tardis, ironx, neat wheel acid etc on a daily basis.



The only ones that HAVE failed are the chemical resistant ones with the little brass insert
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Yes, spray on pull and release – so much quicker if you need to wet an area, and a highly adjustable nozzle to create a really fine mist if that's all you need.
You ought to get a couple and try them – thinking about them abstractly whilst sitting on your chair won't do you any favours.
I use them for a few things, wet sanding especially. With some products, they are to wasteful ..
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Just adjust the nozzle – don't be lazy – that's what it's there for.
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I've been using the plastic chemical resistant ones from polished bliss, atomiza ones.
That's the one I bought and it's gubbed! Dunno, maybe a faulty batch or something...
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All the canyon ones listed are the standard version. You need the chs-3an SUPER for use with solvents. These are extremely tough to source.
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