The title pretty much says it all, but here’s an anecdote anyhow:
I was grumbling over a sputtery can of Dry Moly for the Nth time tonight when I happened to glance over at my paint rack and got to wondering about nozzles. It seemed to me that the CRC Moly’s issue likely stemmed from a non-standard aerosol being forced through a very standard spray cap. So I went to my rack and after a moment, my eyes fell on a can of Plasti Dip.
Now, that stuff isn’t a gold medal winner in the No Sputter Games, but it’s also even thicker than Moly, so I figured maybe its cap might at least flow Moly well. Anyway, I didn’t figure I would be able to find out for sure because it seemed highly unlikely that the two caps would be interchangeable…but wouldn’t you know it, they are! The Moly now comes out in a beautiful fine mist and the Plasti-Dip cap can be turned for different spray angles! (you’ll a pair of fine needle nose…noses?)
Time will tell if it clogs on me, but for now it’s working worlds better than it did with its measly little stock red cap.
Which, by the way, I also discovered is identical to the cap on Mod Podge. Not that there’s anything wrong with Mod Podge, but it is cheap and has a cheap cap. It seems like Moly ought to have a better system at its price point.
Well, anyway, I hope this is helpful to someone. Happy lasing!