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Post by RAB on Fri Nov 27 2009, 15:03

my primer has hardend now, and is ready for the top coat, i have always been told painting should be done in a warm dry place, but what if the only place i can do it is fairly cold, anyone have any tips cheers
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Post by BRASSO on Fri Nov 27 2009, 18:21

I always put on a good heater in the garage when painting in the winter.

Normally turn it on for a couple of hours prior to painting then leave on for a few hours after.

Then I dry off the paint with the wifes hairdryer for a hour or so.

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Post by JONESEY on Fri Nov 27 2009, 22:01

Buy your self a nice propane heater for the work shop
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