Essentially a low pressure can ejects the paint with less force through the cap. This enables the user more control to create fine lines, details and effects when using skinny outline caps. A high pressure can ejects the paint through the cap at a faster rate at a higher volume. This enables the user to cover more surface area, faster. This is optimized when by using a fatter cap.
Articles in this section
- Batch Code
- Disposal of emtpy Spray Cans
- How to start a Spray Can
- Differences between Spray Paint Lines
- What is the difference between High- and Low-pressure Spray Paint?
- Can I combine the different MONTANA spray paints?
- Overpainting: Can I paint on oil paint? Which MONTANA product is recommended?
- On which surfaces can I paint with MONTANA products?
- Which Paint to use for which surface?
- Difference between Montana Cans and other Spray Paints