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    Yep, gunsgreg has it, in the winter if I want to paint I take the cans to the house and set them on a heat register for a few days. Another thing I do is when I am done I clean the spray nozzle with acetone and blow compressed air through it. I also put a little acetone down the hole where the nozzle goes and blow it out with air. Not sure if that helps or not but makes me feel better.

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    Thanks for all the suggestions guys!
    Jealous of those who have had good luck with it. It has been a bit of a nightmare for me. And it seems these cans have had the same issues for a long time.
    I will try these suggestions.

    I've heard good things about the Ron Fitzpatrick paint, so that's an option I might try too.

    Thanks again

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    I have had good luck with Rapco paint also. I typically turn the can upside down for about 2 hours before I start to shake it. Seems to help.

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