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    Question Too humid to paint?

    Been muggy for days and I'm teeing myself up for a paint session in the garage. I presume it's the same as damp, and disastrous with too much in the air and it gets trapped under the paint !?

    Grarage has got doors at each end so ventilation's fine but should I wait a few days, let the sun do its thing and hope the humidity drops?

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    what paint type are you using mate ?
    tits or wheels, either one is gonna be expensive

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    Hi,

    2k primer and good ole cellulose.

    cheers
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    Was wondering why Celly ???

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    Hi Steve,

    just one of those things where I like to have a dabble meself.

    I thought it would just be easier for me to keep the car tidy, as I'm sure I'll have a few scrapes along the way and can just 'blow-in' or t-cut minor events.

    Plus, it looks like it will still be obtainable for the amateur/r*storer since they've clarified its future useage.

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    hi kj, celly should be o.k to paint, try adding slow thinner , it should be fine....steve
    tits or wheels, either one is gonna be expensive

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