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Extreme Spray Painting

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10:13   |   Jan 10, 2019

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  • In today's video, we are going to find out just
  • how much paint is actually in a spray paint can,
  • mix some colors together,
  • and then try boiling it.
  • [Music]
  • We have a little bit of leftover spray paint
  • from a couple of projects.
  • Just a few.
  • Just just a little.
  • We might have an addiction to spray for you.
  • I've always been curious to see a few things about spray paint.
  • For one,
  • how much paint do you actually get out of one of these cans?
  • I also want to see
  • what spray paint looks like when it's just sitting in a pot,
  • like a gallon of it.
  • Most people know
  • that you could spray spray paint into a fire,
  • and it'll burn, it'll catch.
  • However, a lot of that is the propellant itself,
  • and not necessarily the paint.
  • Finally, we want to see what happens
  • if we add a little bit of heat.
  • Does it boil?
  • Does it just burn?
  • We don't know, and we want to.
  • Here's the basic idea.
  • We have got a lot of spray paint.
  • We're going to try spraying it all into one pot,
  • and then turn on the heat.
  • Let's see how much spray paint is in a pot.
  • Although, one other thing,
  • we are in a dome, and it's pretty big,
  • but we have a lot of spray paint.
  • I think we sprayed it all in here,
  • we would end up high as a kite.
  • So we're going to take the pot and the spray paint outside,
  • and do the spraying there.
  • Supposedly, there's 15 ounces in this can.
  • Time to find out.
  • [Music]
  • It's pretty color.
  • This may take longer than I thought.
  • [Music]
  • Thanks.
  • So much better.
  • This is wonderful.
  • You're so helpful.
  • I mean, the fumes aren't going on you.
  • That's-- That's fair.
  • But you're kind of cold.
  • But this is not 15 ounces worth of paint.
  • Yeah, I think you're right.
  • I think we just lost a ton of it to the air.
  • Yeah.
  • I feel like when I'm painting things,
  • I run out of spray paint faster than this.
  • I know.
  • When you're, when you're trying to paint with it,
  • you get like three passes,
  • and then you're like, the can ran out.
  • This can never come ahead.
  • Now, to be clear,
  • this was a brand new can of paint.
  • Most of these will be half used,
  • but we wanted to see exactly how much was in a brand-new can,
  • and shockingly, it's a lot.
  • Speaking of which--
  • Is that it?
  • It's pretty much there.
  • That's a whole can of spray paint.
  • That's sad.
  • That looks really cool though.
  • It's beautiful, but there's not much in here.
  • That's very cold.
  • So we were looking at the can,
  • or not the can, we're looking at the bottom of the pot,
  • and it's actually--
  • It's frozen over.
  • Yeah.
  • This much paint depressurizing actually comes out very cold,
  • and it's cold out here anyway,
  • so it just sort of stays cold once it gets cold.
  • Look at that.
  • The bottom of the pot has frosted over,
  • and Calli stuck her finger
  • into the paint, and said that it's also very cold.
  • Let's do more.
  • More colors.
  • [Music]
  • That's about a gallon of spray paint right there.
  • That's amazing.
  • So much.
  • With hydro-dipping, you have paint on top of water.
  • Here, we've just got paint on top of more paint.
  • So it's not going to work nearly the same,
  • or probably nearly as successful but--
  • I suspect this whole thing--
  • We're going to--
  • We've got this clear Christmas ornament, and I suspect
  • that the whole thing will just end up sort of a muddy brown.
  • Gray. Yeah.
  • Maybe we'll get a little bit of that turquoise surface stuff on it.
  • Let's find out.
  • [Music]
  • Wait, I actually love it.
  • It's so shiny.
  • [Music]
  • Guys, it's the beach.
  • We made the beach.
  • In the middle of the winter.
  • So the inside of these ornaments are really pretty.
  • The outsides are just...
  • Mud.
  • Purplish sparkly mud, but mud.
  • That was really cool with all the paint
  • like rushing into the globe.
  • Not, not much.
  • We got a few gold swirls, but the color is just..
  • It's just...
  • Kind of all mixes.
  • We'll be selling these?
  • $400 as is appropriate and fair.
  • All right.
  • So this is kind of gorgeous.
  • Now that we know that--
  • Those are some really cool swirls.
  • That is beautiful.
  • But it's freezing.
  • I want to heat it up.
  • I wanna boil it.
  • All right, that's lit, but it's on fairly low heat.
  • I'm hoping we can actually get to a point
  • where we can see this bubbling.
  • I think it's very likely that it will light on fire.
  • But I do want to see if we can get like a bubbling,
  • rolling boil before that.
  • Because I think it will look interesting.
  • There's water running down the outside of the pot,
  • because it got so cold.
  • It's actually frozen.
  • That it was frozen all the way around, and now,
  • we're starting to thaw it,
  • and we've got just a few drips down here at the bottom.
  • We sprayed in maybe 3/4 of an inch of paint
  • before we had to stop for the day,
  • and we came back,
  • and I think that paint got a lot colder.
  • It was still liquid, but I'm guessing,
  • it didn't really mix very well.
  • And now, as it's heating up,
  • we've got some of that raising up to the top.
  • When we stopped that yesterday, it was a very green mix.
  • So it's bubbling,
  • but there's no heat radiating off of it.
  • The side of it's cool.
  • That is slightly cool, is I would say.
  • How-- the bubbles are weirding me out.
  • Now, my entire hand is submerged in spray paint,
  • which is odd.
  • But awesome.
  • Very thin, and it's like slippery,
  • so it kind of feels like my hand is in oil.
  • So it's thinner than regular, like house paint.
  • Definitely thinner than house paint.
  • And yet, it's almost soapy.
  • It's interesting.
  • You can see as he's...
  • The the teal is coming through.
  • That was the teal that,
  • that we've sprayed in the very beginning yesterday.
  • I am rubbing some of the paint off of the bottom of the pot,
  • and it's definitely warmer.
  • As long as I keep my fingers moving,
  • it's not like burning them at all or anything.
  • [Music]
  • I think the solvents
  • in the paint are slightly dissolving my glove.
  • They are.
  • That gloves normally form-fitting.
  • [Music]
  • Well, that's a very very thin bottom steel pot.
  • And so,
  • individual tiny little bits of paint probably are boiling.
  • [Music]
  • Now, it's on high heat.
  • So now we're backing up.
  • Oh, and that is bubbling much more vigorously.
  • [Music]
  • That could have been potentially disastrous.
  • That is a lot of flammable liquid.
  • We decided we had too
  • much flammable liquid to just let that go,
  • and possibly light on fire.
  • Almost certainly light on fire.
  • And so, what we're going to do
  • instead is we're just going to take it off of the burner,
  • move the propane tank far away,
  • and then see if we can light the surface of the paint.
  • Because I really do think it will light on fire,
  • but then, we have to deal with it being on fire,
  • and we have a fire extinguisher,
  • which would probably put it out.
  • But it also sprays out with a lot of force,
  • and maybe that would like send burning paint flying.
  • The fumes from--
  • There's just so many things
  • that we think we might not want to deal with right now,
  • especially if it's all that fire surrounding a propane tank.
  • We're still gonna light it up.
  • We're going to see if I can like the surface on fire.
  • But without the propane tank there,
  • and then, just try putting a board over to put it out,
  • and if that doesn't work, then the fire extinguisher.
  • [Music]
  • Poke it with a stick.
  • I'm going to poke it with a stick.
  • A flaming stick.
  • Yeah.
  • There we go.
  • [Music]
  • I don't think it like that.
  • No.
  • [Music]
  • That's got to be the most extreme way
  • to graffiti anything ever.
  • [Music]
  • Dries really fast.
  • [Music]
  • That's a lot of boiled paint.
  • [Music]
  • Well, I think we should take this paint,
  • just set it somewhere.
  • Just leave it?
  • For like six months, and see if it dries out.
  • Let's do it.
  • Stay tuned for six months,
  • and maybe we'll show you the dried out paint.
  • That's not going to be in this video,
  • because we're not waiting six months.
  • Guys, that's it for today.
  • Come back in maybe six months, and we'll show you
  • what's happened to this pot of spray paint.
  • As for now, you know,
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