I just purchased a new can of aerosol spray but every time i press the nozzle down the liquid inside foams up?
it is a smoke eliminator can and the contents seem to be pressured fine. The problem comes after shaking (per instructions) and pressing the nozzle down. The liquid foams up underneath the nozzle for some reason. do i just need to clear the nozzle?
I did buy 3. so thats a plus : )
- Backwoods BarbieLv 710 years agoBest Answer
I would return it & get another one.=)
- 4 years ago
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