Montana BLACK is one of our favorite brands of spray paint. We highly recommend it for all forms of street art. It has a medium-high pressure that is perfect for most projects - not too heavy and not too slow. Montana BLACK covers better than almost any paint on the market and sprays to the last drop - cheaper paint needs several cans to do what just one can of Montana BLACK can do. The colors are thick and vibrant - and with high quality paint like this you know you don't have to worry about it fading any time soon.
EFFICIENCY, QUALITY & RELIABILITY
Montana BLACK is a high-pressure Nitro-Combination based formula and is the superior can of it's class. Re-developed with powerful, high covering matte finish colors that can be applied to any surface. The ultimate painting experience with perfect control and handling. Short drying time allows rapid re-application and overlapping with other colors immediately. Non-scented aerosol paint made to the highest quality, health and environmental standards. Montana BLACK spray paint is famous for its quality and reliability. The perfect tool for street art and graffiti artists. With it's high pressure valve, Montana BLACK allows users fast application. In combination with the various of Montana caps available, artists will experience a new era of spray painting possibilities. Montana BLACK is weather and winterproof.
Note — Prior to use, Montana Spray Paints must be shaken to assure the pigments and other ingredients are sufficiently blended. To accomplish this, hold the can upside-down in one hand, and strike the bottom of the can against the palm of your other hand. Repeat the process several times until you hear the ball bearings (which may have settled with the pigments in the bottom of the can) moving freely inside the can. Another alternative is to take two cans of spray paint, one in each hand, hold them upside-down and then hit the bottoms of the cans together several times. After you hear the ball bearings moving freely, vigorously shake the can back and forth in a lengthwise direction a few times to further blend the paint. Whichever technique is used, use care to avoid damage to the can or injury to your hands.