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I bought some rough coat today, along with other scenery making bitz 'n bobz. I was going to use it to spray onto the cliff faces and buildings of the model I am making for my final at college. I thought "yeh lets give roughcoat a go!" I wish I hadn't.
The can was GROSSLY over-charged with proppelant. So naturlally it exploded everywhere and I had to throw the damn thing out of the window because it would not stop spraying. So not only do my beautifully crafted cliffs look slightly less beautifully crafted, but my workshop floor has been given an involentary anti-slip coat
Has anyone else had this trouble? I suspect that I bought a bad can, but I thought I should ask. I may take it back, they're nice guys so it should be able to be replaced.
Sounds like a bad can. I would take it back and exchange it.
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I'm surprised you could get it open.
I can't figure out how the hell to open it without violence.
(I used violence on my first can, which had an incredibly short lifespan).
How do you properly open that damn thing? Can anybody help?
Not just one bad can, I have the same problem.
Once I finally got it open, the thing just sorta...dribbled the paint, instead of spraying it in a beautiful mist. Either it was a bad batch or they completely made the product FUBAR.