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I had a question about primer that's been bugging me for a while...
What's the coldest it can be (roughly) before it screws up GW primer?
What about humidity? (I live in the lower half of Idaho, so unless it rains theres basically no humidity )
Hm. I don't actually know if there's an exact figure.
Some interior house paints I've used say to only use it when the temperature is between 10 and 35 degrees Celcius, and not to paint if the temperature is likely to drop (or climb?) out of that range before the paint dries.
But aerosol paints might be a little different, especially with the can-cooling effect you get because of the release of pressure while you're spraying.
I've been simply popping out to my garage (about 0 degrees celsius these days), spraying my stuff, and bringing it in to sit and dry on a table inside, leaving most of the stink out in the garage. Works like a charm, mostly because the spraying may be outside, but the actual drying is done indoors.
Thx, I think that I'll try Wraith's way of doin it.