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https://www.amazon.com/Krylon-7091-S...int+can+handle

This thing works great. No more aching fingers.
I wish I had found this a long time ago.
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I have not used that brand but I bought one at HD several years ago. They do work great.
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Thing I like about them it keeps most of the paint off my spray finger and it is easier to get a even coat
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Neat helping hand there Mike .

Just for a laugh I'll tell you what happened to me about a month ago . I bought some shaving cream and it wasn't a brand I had bought before as it had no large cap on the top covering the whole top . When I bought it I was kinda wondering what stops it from spraying as it had no protection .
So I used it for a few weeks and it was a real bear to get any foam out as I had to push on the top with everything I had . Well I got the flu and barely had the strength to get any foam out one morning , then it dawned on me , how the hell could it be this difficult to get foam out in the first place ?
I looked a little closer and realize there's this loonie sized disc on top of the button , remove this safety guard and all of the sudden I'm getting foam out with the greatest of ease .
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You're the man Rick.
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I have a couple of the older style. They worked great. However, when they started putting the large Oh-My-God sized nozzles on the cans they wouldn't fit. I have never seen one for the new type nozzles.

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I used some early models of this kind of gadget and they were flimsy. THis one looks a lot more solid. It would be nice to spray only the workpiece, not your fingers. Thanks, nice find.
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Nice find, Mike. Does it seem like it will work on most any spray can?
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I've been using a similar one for over ten years, and it still works great. Much easier on the fingers.
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Nice find, Mike. Does it seem like it will work on most any spray can?
I guess that is something I will find out as time goes on. The handle snaps on the metal lip on the top of the can. It appears a lot of cans are made that way. Can't promise anything though.

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