Good but MessyReview by Brady / (Posted on 3/17/2017)These are great for small details in short bursts. Keep a rag handy to clean it all the time or it will spit paint everywhere. Makes a huge mess, but very handy to have on smaller pieces.
A must have in every writer's arsenal!Review by "ReskOne" / (Posted on 3/14/2017)Let me say, as we know the stencil cap allows us to add tremendous amount of detail to out pieces etc. but with some creativity its uses can be endless. The lines are crisp and as fine as an airbrush tool, best used with a low pressure cap and can, but can also be used with fat cap (crazy mess, drips everywhere, great for those who like the raw look i tend to take the excess paint and just throw/splat it on my piece where it looks good) wearing gloves is recommended but just to have the option of utilizing the stencil cap will bring you endless possibilities with your art, definitely a must have in every writers arsenal!!
Stencil capReview by KELT,ONE / (Posted on 11/7/2016)Nice tool for wicked fine lines especially if painting on smaller areas like canvas, this cap attaches to the inside rim (closest to valve),I do prefer the ones that attach to the outer rim (gets you a little more closer)but this cap does the job. Also fits snug so no chance of it blowing off the can
Ultra fine detail work & thin linesReview by GESER 3A / (Posted on 10/20/2015)We used to make these in the 1990's by slicing spray can tops (and sometimes our fingers!)
apart and making our own, but these are way more consistent and cleaner.
For those unfamiliar with this cap, it's not used for your entire piece, it's for the SUPER
ultra fine detail work and finishing touches. You don't use it often, but definitely worth
having one in your bag for when you need it.