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paint in an axe deoderant can

Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by tré, Mar 28, 2005.

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  1. tré

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    paint in an axe deoderant can

    Discussion started by tré - Mar 28, 2005

    on many graffiti forums i've come across, i've seen numerous mentions of the idea of finding mixing caps that would allow paint to be transferred to an axe deoderant can. always just the idea, i've never seen anyone do it. does anyone know if its been done, and if not...whether or not it's possible? i've never looked at the cap system of an axe can, and i'm hoping it'd be simple and allow the use of common caps. any ideas?

    also, i looked through almost 3/4 of the ink recipe thread and couldn't find exactly what i'm looking for. i have an empty OTR flowpen and i'm looking for some ink that'll work nice replacing the original black ink. black is preferred, or any other dark color...as well as the drips associated with flowpens. anyone have a recipe they prefer for their flowpen?

    help is greatly appreciated.
     
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  2. Mr. Chad

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    Mr. Chad - Replied Mar 28, 2005

    an axe can is a male cap system. if you empty it out maybe you can just connect the axe and paint can with the stem that already comes out of the axe can and will transfer into the axe that way.
    Just try it and experiment.
     
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  3. goonstock

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    goonstock - Replied Mar 29, 2005

    just stick to paint man. that shit is more trouble than its worth.
     
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    caffeine - Replied Mar 29, 2005

    I doubt you could get much paint in those things. Definately a waste of time.
     
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  5. Dick Quickwood

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    Dick Quickwood - Replied Mar 29, 2005

    the paint would likely get on the deoderant can, but it might work if you put a wd 40 cap on it, then cut a wd 40 straw to an inch, then take the dot out of a stock cap, the straw will fit in it. then put the paint can in a bucket of hot water, axe can in cold, hold the paint can upside down, attach both caps and straw, and press both caps down at once. you might want to do this with the cans inside a plastic sack.
     
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    Cradlespeaks - Replied Mar 29, 2005

    i have nothing remotely intelligent to say about this, but i like the way a can has a male or female sex chromosome...i think it's cool.
     
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  7. The Leader

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    The Leader - Replied Mar 30, 2005

    they dont have chromosomes, but the male can has a penis coming out of it, and the female can has a vagina. figure it out.
     
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  8. iloveyoursister

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    iloveyoursister - Replied Mar 30, 2005

    You can't just put the male can into the female, doesn't work. :yuck:
     
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  9. The Leader

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    The Leader - Replied Mar 30, 2005

    I do it daily. Spray paint porn is great.
     
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    ERIZENO - Replied Mar 30, 2005

    I used to do this with travel size aqua-net hairspray cans. its nice and descrete, a tip not found anywhere else ... but alas no need when montana makes a pocket size can these days.
     
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