Using the Mouth Atomizer
This is part two of
a multi-part series on using the mouth atomizer. Click
here to go to part one.
To use the mouth atomizer, first make certain that the
tubes are clean and clear of obstructions or foreign matter.
Examine them to ensure that you can see clearly down the tubes.
If they're blocked, run a thin wire down the tube to remove the
blockage. Remember, the cleaner the mouth atomizer, the
better it will work.
Next, you should spread out the two legs of the atomizer
to form an upside down "L" shape. It may be necessary to
adjust the legs slightly to get the atomizer to work best, but
an upside down "L" is very close to the perfect position.
To use the atomizer, put one tube in the liquid you want
to spray and then blow onto the end of the other tube.
It's best to try this with water first. If you can spray
water, you've learned how to blow correctly and can use the
atomizer on other liquids.
If you're having trouble getting anything to spray (this
is common at first), it's most likely because you're not blowing
hard enough. It takes a LOT of force to get the atomizer
to work properly.
That's it. It's really fairly simple. But it's
usually not easy the first time. It takes a bit of
practice, but once you've mastered the skill you'll find that
the atomizer works very well. It's probably the least
expensive way to evenly spread a liquid over another surface.
Click here for a better way to
use the mouth atomizer that doesn't require you to blow as hard!
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