DEEN XMEN Posted July 22, 2010 Share Posted July 22, 2010 hows the spray sound....is it loud? Bad question man. The sound one hears from spraying a can of spraypaint is primarily generated from the caps not the can! Heres 2 good question. Hows the smell? Would you use it again? That is not true. Montana hardcore and the New Blackline cans are silent with any caps I wouldnt exactly say silent. when rocking a pink dot they have quite a hiss Because of the low pressure you mean? I Have used Montana Hardcore more then a few times, with a NY fat on it and granted its not as loud as say A krylon with the same. But it still louder then a thin cap. Thus, Most the sound from spraying a can of paint being from the CAP. "Does the cans make noise when you spray them = Seriously this is absolutely the dumb of the dumbest of the questions yet." Stay fucking home and watch reality tv shows and youtube dreaming of being a graffer if you worry bout this kind of stupid shit. For argument sakes lets say you're inside on paid job etc. painting then why the fuck would you even worry bout the noise the can makes when you're spraying? Either way you sound like a toy. Sorry bro, but these are facts. How in the world you call yourself a writer if you are out painting and asking a question like this? To answer your question though: ALL CANS MAKE NOISE NO MATTER WHAT, EITHER FROM SPRAYING OR SHAKING THE CAN. DON'T TELL ME YOU GONNA BE OUT PAINTING SOMEWHERE AND YOU NOT GONNA SHAKE YOUR CAN UP? IF NOT THEN YOU'RE A SUPER TOY. Next thing you know there will be some idiot asking "Are the cans gonna come without a agitator aka mixing ball/marble. ___________________________________________________________________ All Euro brands use the exact same valve system from a single company. I personally think it depends on the cap you're using. Still they do make noise if very little. Thanks for your feedback and answering the questions Rusto/LoadLimit/Mr.Egor. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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