So anyway, the last time I had the opportunity of a good session, I’d hauled out all my Starburst stains and Mica mists and chalk sprays and was ready to go when…THE CLOGGED SPRITZER MONSTER struck!
Learn from my mistake. Store spray bottles on their sides if they contain anything that separates out into a sediment. The sediment gets into the little tube inside and once it gets into the spray head, you’ve got trouble. OK, I could get new bottles from Ebay (and I did) but I would rather spend my cash on crafting goodies.
So before I took the step of putting the new spray caps onto my bottles, I did some research into how to unclog the spray nozzles – and it seems that the thing to try is soaking the caps in white vinegar. So I tried it.