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I just bought my can of white games workshop spray primer. I used it yesterday flipped it upside down sprayed the paint out of the nozzle to clear it and put it up in my room. I just took it out today and it wont spray. My room does get cold at times. I let it sit downstairs in room temp for a while n tryed and it still dosnt work. Is there any way to unclog it?
pull the nozzle off, and let it sit in nail polish remover or paint thinner for about an hour, lather rinse repeat until working
Anyone else ever tried that? Or is he just trying to get me to open a pressurized can and blow my head off?
If you try it, I'd say rinse the nozzle in warm, soapy water before you put it back on the can. But I'd wonder if the nail polish remover might dissolve the plastic to some extent? I really don't know, the thought just came to mind.
I've never had a can do that, and it seems odd. Can you return it for another?
it works wonders, cleans up with water, and is ABS plastic/resin safe for 24-48 hrs
Baby, when I'm the voice of reason, we've got problems!~artificerSomeone should stop
Jervis "let's make it easy enough for a 3 year old to play" Johnson
before he turns 40k into checkers~anon
SO it is safe to pull the nozzle off? All that warning stuff on the can scares me lol.
P.S. I ripped it off anyways lol and im soaking it in warm water and trying tommarow mourning.
Last edited by aHbEn; April 9th, 2006 at 02:48.
Yeah its safe to pull off - As you probably already found out!
Sometimes paint will build up over the exit point of the nozzle after you spray. You might want to just scrape it with your finger nail to remove any buildup. This is usually enough. I have never had the actual nozzle block up from the inside.
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