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Hey all, so I've had to go all winter without a way to prime my Grey Knights. Our Spring Break has just started and I'm hoping to get some painting done. However, the temperatures are still a bit low, should be getting to around 40 degrees Fahrenheit (5 Celsius). Is this still too cold to prime, or would I be able to use the "Duck and Dash" method of priming and avoid any model obscurity/fuzziness? Thanks all. BTW, if it helps at all I'm using GW Black Primer.
I have been priming models out in my garage this winter. The way I have done it is to keep the models and spray paint in my house until I am ready to prime them. I then take everything to the garage, prime them, and then bring them back into my hobby room to dry after a minute or two.
I made the mistake of leaving one out there to dry after priming it and the paint went all wrinkly for some reason - guess it had to do with the cold.
Now that I bring them all back inside I have had no problems. If I let them dry for just a minute or two most of the smell is gone and I don't run the risk of the primer going all flaky because of the temperature.
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