We got a huge assortment of different caps / nozzles. For those of you who finds it hard to choose, we recommend the green level caps. Level 1 gives the skinniest lines and Level 6 the widest. If you would like to try some different caps, we have also finished packs with mixed caps.
We have a large selection of caps and nozzles for spray cans. This jungle of caps can be a bit confusing. What is the difference between different caps and how should you choose the right one? We thought we'd sort that out for you! The first thing you need to know is what you are going to use your spray can for. It has to do with the spray pattern you are looking for, i.e. if you want a narrow and sharp jet or a wide and soft one. For example, if you are going to repaint a large piece of furniture or cupboard doors, a cap with a wide and soft spray pattern is best.
We always recommend that you test spray before painting on the intended surface. The distance you must hold the spray can from the surface/wall is regulated depending on which cap you use. Usually you should spray from a distance of between 5 and 20 cm. Below we have grouped caps into different categories (Skinny, Medium, Fat and Special) according to characteristics so that you can more easily find the right one!
Makes a thin jet and are suitable for narrow lines and details.
Medium wide and often with a soft beam.
Wide beam and delivers a lot of color.
Caps that give a different spray pattern. On calligraphy caps, the outer part can be turned so that they produce a horizontal or vertical beam.
Highlights Est. 2001