Aerosol Spray Paints

Belton is Molotow's Premium spraypaint range. Belton cans come in a huge range of colours and are perfectly opaque, weatherproof, UV-resistant and lightfast. Because they are made with quadruple-ground car paint pigments, Belton colours are exceptionally permanent. German street artists who used Belton cans in the 1990s have reported that their artworks have barely faded or weathered in two decades. Belton spraypaints can be used on any surface, in all weathers (down to a minimum of -10°C), and can be combined with acrylic paint, oil pastels or markers. They can dispense colour quickly and are very fast-drying, which makes them perfect for artists on the move. They are designed for outdoor use and should only be used indoors if the space is exceptionally well-ventilated. Fine artists wishing to use Molotow spraypaint indoors should consider the One4All Acrylic Spray Paint range. Each Belton can has a Flowmaster spray valve which ensures an even pressure and application of the paint, while minimising spray dust and dripping. Flowmaster caps have a low-pressure setting which is ideal for clear, even lines and detailed work, and a high-pressure setting perfect for covering large areas quickly. The caps are colour-coded, so you always know which colour you are using. The paint in Molotow's One4All range is a high-quality acrylic dispersion. Because water makes up approximately 85% of the total paint volume, One4All cans are perfect for those who are trying to minimize their use of solvents. The solvents are only used as a propellant. The paint is opaque, almost odour-free and highly-adhesive. One4All colours do not dry as fast as Belton colours, but they are more suitable for indoor artistic use. Each can from the One4All range makes use of Molotow's Vari-Valve system, which allows the user to vary stroke widths from 4mm to 200mm. The caps are colour-coded, so you always know which can you are using.

Aerosol Spray Paints

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