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    Temperature, humidity, and wind conditions when priming?

    I need to pick up some sticky tack before I can so I have to wait until morning. But just to be sure what ranges are advised for each of these factors when priming/spray painting?

    It's going to be like 17 MPH winds, 50~F, and a humidity of around 50-60%.

    This is according to the forecast.

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    Ideal usage guidelines should be printed on the label. I am willing to wager that it will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer.

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    I got GW ~_~ Nothing of use is printed on the label...
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    Well now... that isn't exactly useful then...

    You want an environment as neutral as possible. Dryer conditions are better than humidity. Warm temperatures are ideal.... If it is too cold I would probably suggest spraying indoors.

    I seldom spray outside anyway. Just spray near an open window if you can or leave the room until the fumes dissapate. If mess is an issue - spray into a box and you should be fine.

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    I would also choose a place with as little wind as possible, a good place is a garage with an open door if you got one, and if it's cold outside just bring them inside to dry, and leave them in a well ventilated room, or a room no one is going to use while they dry

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