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    Bad Weather conditions & Priming?

    Hey guys,

    I intended to prime some of my newer models today after work, but of course the forecast for my area this entire week will be rain! I intend to do the priming in my garage with the windows and the garage door open for ventilation, and it can get awfully muggy in there. Do you think there will be any problem due to the mugginess/humidity? Should I wait until the weather clears up or will it not be much of a problem? Hopefully some of you have some experience at this, and thanks for your help !


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    Well, I've primed on a balcony during rain and it worked fine for me perhaps not as good result as priming in nice weather but hey, it worked

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    Just try to spray as evenly as you can, and don't expose the models for too long to the humidity. Warm is alright; the humidity is the worry here.

    Try to move as quickly as possible. However, don't sacrifice quality for time. Try to find a good balance, and everything will be just fine.
    Also, I'm sure you weren't going to, but don't let your models dry there. Bring them somewhere with a steady room temperature.

    Good luck!

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    use a nice large box cardboard box with some thick newspaper on the bottom of it as a spray booth and it'll be just fine, if it gets too bad stand a fan about a foot and a half away from the models after spraying and leave it on the low setting to circulate the air a bit.
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    Hey guys thanks for the advice, I ended up priming a few models but my spray can ended up running out anyhow! Darn things I guess now I know how much I can get out of one! haha thanks a lot though now I can start to finish my 30 squads of boyz

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