Hopefully paint falls into the tools and equipment category.
Does anyone else have a problem with recent Rust-Oleum aerosol paint cans losing their propellant and going dead prematurely? Today I grabbed a can of primer that was 3/4 full. It gave one little sputter and then nada... no more pressure. I seem to have a lot of cans lately that are 1/2 to 3/4 full that when I go to use them they are no longer pressurized with propellant. Granted, some of these cans are a couple years old but should they be leaking down so quickly? They are stored in the basement at a constant 70-ish degrees.
It seems to be primarily the newer Rust-Oleum spray cans. I have older Rust-Oleum and other brand cans of paint that are 10 years old and they still spray just fine.
Maybe it's time to switch to Krylon. :-)