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Add a distressed look to your projects with the Distress Sprayer by Tim Holtz for Ranger Ink. This distress tool is used to spray water over Distress Ink, Paint, Stain, and more to create a water-droplet look on your projects. For convenient on-the-go travel, this sprayer features a locking trigger button. Included in the package is one 4 oz. sprayer bottle.
I really struggled about purchasing an empty spray bottle. Who does't have one, two or ten leftovers from their beauty products, or cleaning cabinet that could be had for FREE!
This was a good purchase. From the size to the quick lock, not to mention the quality sprayer. This was a good purchase.
I have tried several pretty good misters for my card making to shape the flowers, but this one is the BEST. You get a fine spay or you can spritz and get another result for another look. I would recommend this product to anyone. It works great too for distressing. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT!!!
This spray bottle... sprays. You could fill it with water. With vodka. The skies the limit (as long as you just fill it with liquids only. I don't think if you fill it with sand it will spray properly).
This is much easier on my hands then the little cap with the push down button.
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First, it is a 4 oz sprayer, not 2 oz like listed. I was pretty sure it was since Tim said it was 4 oz and I didn't think he'd made 2 sizes. A 2 oz sprayer would be a little ridiculous. This is a good size to pop in a bag if you want to take it somewhere, and the locking toggle makes sure it won't accidentally spray. Fits in the hand nicely. The fine mist is very even and nice when you completely depress the plunger, but I also love the droplets in different sizes from slightly depressing the plunger. I used to have to dip my fingers in water to try to get splotches when I wanted them, or try to flick it from a brush and often you got too much. This is much easier. I normally wouldn't spend much on a spray bottle, but I really do love this one. Tim as usual, did a great job designing it.
I have been using the mini misters which worked good. Then I tried this and wow it works a lot better.
This sprayer is an absolute must-have item for anyone who uses embossing folders or Distress Oxide inks (for making water spots). I was using an empty window cleaner spray bottle and couldn't see why anyone would spend money to purchase a special spray bottle. I read the reviews a couple different times and decided to purchase one. I really had my doubts and was sure I wasted my money. Wow! Was I ever thrilled with this dandy little item. It is designed to spray out the right amount of water that you want (depends how far you depress the trigger). Who would think a spray bottle would make that much difference???? Wow - get this . . . throw out those used, empty sprayers and enjoy crafting a little bit more! LOL
I have there or four smaller bottles and they work fine but this sprayer reachers a wider distance and holds more water. There are work-arounds for this but the price was right enough and I was getting tire of having to go to my kitchen to keep refilling my little bottles.
This is a must have if you love to make scrapbooking/card backgrounds with distress ink or any kind of ink. The bottle is easy to use for different spots or spray patterns. The handle is also really good for hanging on a peg board so it is in reach at all times :)
The Distress Sprayer works really well. I love that it locks so that I accidentally don't spray water on something that I've created. I'm trying to figure out how I have lived without this Sprayer in my life.
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