Cooler Weather Painting?

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 29, 2021 11:37 am
JCCLARK wrote:It's colder now and like every season change,
I have to learn how to paint all over again :?

isn't that the truth, its a whole new learning game about every 6 months. i'm going to be spraying one of my own cars in a couple weeks. and get to use my boys hi dollar paint booth where he works. its down draft and i can dial the temp anywhere i want it, going to be fun.
Jay D.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 30, 2021 8:14 am
badsix wrote:
JCCLARK wrote:It's colder now and like every season change,
I have to learn how to paint all over again :?

i'm going to be spraying one of my own cars in a couple weeks. and get to use my boys hi dollar paint booth where he works. its down draft and i can dial the temp anywhere i want it, going to be fun.
Jay D.
Very envious.....I remember back in the '70's going with my Dad to a rental booth. Just fans I'm sure--downdraft wasn't a thing, I'm sure. Single stage for sure (enamale??) and no masks at all! Didn't think anything about it back then. How things have changed, even for my latest outside fender work, I wore the mask--why take a chance.



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PostPosted: Sat Oct 30, 2021 12:51 pm
Yep, it's going to be an adventure. it will be fun working with my boy. i'll post some pictures of when we are doing it.
Jay D.
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