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Old 03-11-2017, 11:35 AM   #1
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in aerosol paint defect like when ever spray sometimes solid particles or foam like paint out so what precaution taken what is matter behind this defect pls help me
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If it has the kind of nozzle that clogs, invert the can and spray briefly. Perhaps it will clear a clog. If that doesn't work, return the faulty can and get a new one. Aresol cans of paint are not designed to be "fixable".
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