The Montana Level 1-6 Spray Paint Cap Set is a great pack for getting the job done, ideal because it offers 1 of each of the level spray paint caps, you will be able to achieve all the effects need to make your work stand out.
This Level 1 – 6 pack includes all the new level caps in a set with 6 pieces which includes the following caps:
The Level 1 Cap is a ultra skinny cap, for extra fine average spray width ranging from 0.4cm - 1.5cm.
The Level 2 Cap is fine skinny cap, for a fine average spray width from 0.6cm - 2.5cm.
The Level 3 Cap is a soft skinny cap, for medium average spray width from 1cm - 4cm.
The Level 4 Cap is a soft fat cap, for a average spray width from 3cm -10cm.
The Level 5 Cap is wide fat cap, for average spray width from 4cm -15cm.
The Level 6 Cap is a ultra wide fat cap, for a ultra wide average spray width from 5cm - 25cm.
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