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Video Review: Rechargeable Aerosol Spray Can

Old 06-14-2014, 07:14 PM
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Old 06-15-2014, 02:31 AM
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10 dollar for a can of motor spray ?

A few months ago I was at a motorsport fair and bought a box with 12 cans of brake cleaner for just 18 euro (probably 2 dollar a can)
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Originally Posted by Roelof View Post
10 dollar for a can of motor spray ?

A few months ago I was at a motorsport fair and bought a box with 12 cans of brake cleaner for just 18 euro (probably 2 dollar a can)
The main idea of such cans is ability to be filled with whatever liquid. And many-many times. You can fill it with alco to clean engine, refill with sort of degreaser and clean rest of chassis, and so on. Even with water, to do something special.
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Originally Posted by Roelof View Post
10 dollar for a can of motor spray ?

A few months ago I was at a motorsport fair and bought a box with 12 cans of brake cleaner for just 18 euro (probably 2 dollar a can)
yeah I know.....$10 is out of hand crazy!

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The main idea of such cans is ability to be filled with whatever liquid. And many-many times. You can fill it with alco to clean engine, refill with sort of degreaser and clean rest of chassis, and so on. Even with water, to do something special.
yeah this is exactly the idea......no only that but here in US you CANNOT fly with an aerosol can....but you can pack your fluids in small 1 or 2oz containers and then put them in this sprayer and charge it when you get to a race.
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Nice....
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We use these cans at the dealership. Problem with these is there isn't any consistency with pressure. Sometime they spray well other times I can pee with more pressure
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Originally Posted by Roelof View Post


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Cheaper, less fiddly, more capacity, can put more pressure into the bottle at the drop of a hat without having to mess around with adaptors/gauges/air compressors.

This is what I have used for well over 2 years (not just RC cars but 1:1 cars for degreasing etc), plenty of capacity, adjustable spray pattern nozzle, sturdy construction and a trigger lock for those extended spray sessions

http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/PUMP-UP-P...item3a759ed36d

Each to their own though - only thing I like about it is the easy to carry size
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$9
http://www.menards.com/main/p-2229526-c-12915.htm

$5
http://www.menards.com/main/p-2255066-c-10116.htm
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LMAO....we better leave those for weed killer fellas!
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Originally Posted by Drip View Post
We use these cans at the dealership. Problem with these is there isn't any consistency with pressure. Sometime they spray well other times I can pee with more pressure
Ha ha ha Ha That's Really funny man
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Originally Posted by Drip View Post
other times I can pee with more pressure
and other times when you can't... [insert user name] = Drip
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heck I am ordering one. no larger than a can of motor spray so it will fit in the pit bag and an aerosol simple green??? uhhhh yeah!!! I buy simple green by the gallon!
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Mo- screw simple green, use this for car cleaning, you'll thank me later....been using this for a long time, only thing I use simple green for is before gluing tires.

Oh yeah, not just any "orange citrus" cleaner, this stuff made by greased lightning.

http://www.lowes.com/pd_143137-1383-112OB_0__
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Originally Posted by Jason Snyder View Post
LMAO....we better leave those for weed killer fellas!
I linked to the exact thing in you video that's only $9. If someone buys the $30 can they're paying for that name on the can
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