Montana ACETONE Spray T5100
Acetone can be applied in many practicle and creative contexts. Traditionally in the aerosol art community, it has been used for years as a cap cleaner enabling users to remove paint residue from spray nozzles, bringing them back to their original state to produce clean lines.


Acetone also becomes a powerful general cleaning agent if applied pure in the context of removing superfitial paint marks, dry paint dust, general grime, oils or hard wearing residues from surfaces about to be worked on. If applied to a surface that is reactive to acetone, it can also be applied agressively as an etching fluid, leaving etched markings or indentations that can be incorperated into the art making process.


However the uses don’t stop there. As an ingrediant in many solvent based paints, acetone functions perfectly as a thinning agent to decrease viscosity and increase the paints ability to flow in desired consistancies. This can offer many creative possibilities if the users wants to make varying grades of colour density with one source of paint. Drips and flowing colour can be created with paint that is otherwise thick and opaque. If applied to spraypaint when still wet, the drying time is kept open longer and the surface of the paint can be manipilated by brush or any other mark making tool.


Acetone can also used in the quick cleaning of art making tools, like brushes or pallets during the art making process. Enabling users to quickly remove art making materials like paint and mediums, acetone’s rapid evaporating time can mean you can save the big clean up till the end of your art making session without having to wait for water saturated tools to dry.


See more on product page.