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Edward Orenthal Norton

Plutonium G paint

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that shits old as fuck.

it is good paint thick and

you can spray 360 degrees

(upside down, normal,sideways)

thick and barely drips.

normal cap system.

the can is designed so you can get

closer to the wall for more

details.

eco-friendly and you can inhale it

and it does no harm to you.

they took out some shit from it

that is in normal paint so it does

not harm you or the atmosphere

variety of differ colors.

manufactered in Michigan (right by me)

only bad thing is it is supposed to be

like 7 bucks or something but it is

gonna be better then montana and belton

cause you can get closer to the wall and

paint for detailed shit without worring about

drips.

 

theres the info i know about it.

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that shits old as fuck.

it is good paint thick and

you can spray 360 degrees

(upside down, normal,sideways)

thick and barely drips.

normal cap system.

the can is designed so you can get

closer to the wall for more

details.

eco-friendly and you can inhale it

and it does no harm to you.

they took out some shit from it

that is in normal paint so it does

not harm you or the atmosphere

variety of differ colors.

manufactered in Michigan (right by me)

only bad thing is it is supposed to be

like 7 bucks or something but it is

gonna be better then montana and belton

cause you can get closer to the wall and

paint for detailed shit without worring about

drips.

 

theres the info i know about it.

 

$7.50 a can, took out the tolulene and xylene which is pretty harsh shit for both the writer and the environment.

 

Packaged for Plutonium G elsewhere than Michigan, in Wisonsin I believe, but their warehouse is in MI. the can looks different because its 2 pieces rather than the standard 3, can is provided by/bought from ds containers (http://www.dscontainer.com .

 

It looks fancy, the packaging is a little too out there for me, the colors have relatively good names, and from everything I've seen and heard theres mixed reviews on the stuff. Just like any other brand some colors are good and some are bad, but at $7.50 a can I'm not willing to take that chance. Plus its not widely available yet.

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the colors have relatively good names

 

yeah because we all know that the names of the colors matter

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i live in toronto and bombshleter doesnt carry this yet is there any place i can get it besides online?

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i suppose as graffiti becomes the trend, making paint for graffiti will be too, mad gay

 

They've been around since 2005, they just aren't well known. Where there is money and advancements to be made, why not?

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I used a little bit at work, and it seems to cover pretty well. I was definitely impressed with the ability to spray at any angle.

 

I haven't tried piecing with it yet though.

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this is going to sound stupid but if the paint is just as effective without those chemicals why do other company's still include them in their products? im scared to death im going to get cancer, someone PM me the answer to my question or something, doesn't make sense to keep those chemicals in paint products if its not necessary.

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You've ever wondered why "green" vegetables like tomatoes grown without chemicals are more expensive than for example GMO tomatoes?

It's cheaper to do artificial stuff than to be one with the nature...

 

 

 

 

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