In Reply to: 861 Restoration Paint Question posted by Mike on August 27, 2018 at 18:38:55:
I agree to check the can and wait for conditions within spec. Paint is too expensive to waste when you are trying to do a big job. I shoot rattle cans on small projects in all sorts of conditions. High humidity, bugs, and summer temps are about the worst possible conditions for painting. If you can even get it sprayed half-way decent, it may take several days to dry (with about a million bugs stuck in it). Painting outside in Winter is not bad, if the room temp. parts and paint are taken from a conditioned space, and then brought back in to dry. No bugs. Low humidity. Hang parts near the wood stove and they dry quick.