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CMC Jiffy Cap

The Jiffy: The Cadillac of fats! The most luxurious and non-tiring fit for your finger - The Jiffy, aka Jifoam, fat cap. Without question the most prized possession cap of its heyday. This incredibly unique and beautiful design came standard as the stock cap on Jifoam oven cleaner. Known for its ultra soft & wide spray pattern, it became a part of every serious writer's arsenal and was often treated with extra special care to extend its lifespan. The Jiffy cap works on almost all female valve systems, along with male adapters.

CMC spent a year researching and trial testing these caps to bring you the best product possible. The CMC Jiffy cap is modeled after the infamous stock cap found on Jifoam oven cleaner.

Classic caps for that nostalgic touch and feel!

USD$1.00

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Reviews

  • Awesome
    Review by Jinksy / (Posted on 5/10/2018)
    Great cap. Perfect control on Montana white. Wow it was good. Love these and bought 500.
  • New fav
    Review by Mike / (Posted on 4/12/2018)
    New favorite cap. This guy does it all. The flares man the flares!
  • Comfortable
    Review by Amok1 / (Posted on 1/16/2018)
    My arm got tired before my finger. Very smooth flow... Very comfortable tip. I'm glad I bought these.. a must have
  • Perfect all around caps
    Review by Burn_121 / (Posted on 12/18/2017)
    Super easy control and great feel that can make fat lines, skinny lines and awesome cutbacks
  • Fantastic Caps
    Review by Meaty / (Posted on 12/14/2017)
    You can use these all around for just about anything from fat to skinny lines
  • the fat cap that goes skinny
    Review by robert / (Posted on 11/28/2017)
    this is a very interesting cap you can get lines as thin as the red dots and flares as wide as the ironlak pink dot so it is extremely versatile all in one i have only used it a few times but I look forward to finding out more about this cap if you just want to paint and not worry about switching up your caps this is the cap for you

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