It's awfully rare for me to write negative reviews however this one is worthy of it.As many have complained - even in 80 degree temps, shaking the can enough to tire the arm of a major league pitcher, the nozzle just throws way too much product and globby as can be.Im under the impression that a different nozzle would provide better flow rate and more proper coverage.Now if you navigate over to a plastidip product and read the reviews, complaints about spray quality are a massive fraction of what they are on this product. Well reviews are weird but in this case I would say it speaks volumes.Going to try wet sanding with 2000 grit to see if the texture will smooth a bit but honestly it's really shameful. I have to believe a better nozzle choice on the bottle would yield a massive improvement. So yes in essence Im saying that a $0.01 plastic nozzle is responsible for your project coming out good or bad.Additionally btw since I was doing a small item I had tons of product to mess with. I tired spraying all kind of paper (to test) and no matter how heavy or light you are on the nozzle, no matter what direction the bottle is held (horizontal/vertical/upside down!) you name it, the result is identical.Steer clear of this product.
Rating: [4 of 5 Stars!]