Does the new "Green" KK 2000 Temporary Spray Adhesive have the same coverage as the original blue-capped can?
Yes, however there are some differences in this more environmentally friendly formulation of the new Sulky KK 2000 Temporary Spray Adhesive now sold with a green cap.
Because the new, state-of-the-art directional spray nozzle in the green-capped can delivers the glue more slowly and more precisely, you need to hold it over the area a little longer than you did with the blue-capped can. By moving the can more slowly, more product will be delivered to your project. The new KK 2000 is just as sticky and does NOT require more product in total, just slower movement to deliver it.
Some people may perceive that they are using more product for the same amount of stickiness, but the reality is they are not.
One of our product testers suggests that if you are accustomed to a certain application movement from using the blue-capped can, spray LIGHTLY on both surfaces, using the same touch and movement you used with the blue-capped can, and the result will be equal, if not better than, the original.
She says: "Because the new nozzle delivers a tighter spray pattern, I can target more precisely, so the coverage goes where I want it. I pay more attention to the edges so I get an even dispersal in those areas. The amount of overspray with this new formulation and directional spray nozzle is MUCH LESS. Before, I held the can 6 to 10 inches above the project and sprayed. Now I get the best results when the can is 5 to 8 inches above the project. With a smaller target area, it does take a bit longer to dispense the same amount of product."