Hey! New Reddit-poster here. I’m a mostly-wheatpaste street artist in chicago and I tend to put up bigger posters in higher-profile areas. Because I’m always worried about how much time I’m in an area, I’ve been looking for different ways to expedite the application process. I had the idea of putting a really runny wheatpaste mix into an empty, water-based fire extinguisher. I don’t know if this is often done or if anyone has worked with fire extinguishers for graffiti and may have some insights, but I thought I’d ask if anyone has any ideas or thoughts about how this might work?

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