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10-28-2010 10:13 AM
panelwagon62 Ahhh alright, I remember having a conversation on the phone with you a while back about this subject. You remember what paint I said I use at our shop? As a matter of fact I do need to call you at some point reguarding the fiberal to epoxy adhesion test you had done, been super busy and now I'm vacationing in tennessee so when I get arond to it I'll call.
10-28-2010 09:04 AM
BarryK Only applies to higher medium and high solids clear and clears with the higher grade resins.

Humidity must be 50% or more to affect, paint like you said you use at your shop ,are not affected, one way or another.
10-28-2010 08:34 AM
panelwagon62
mason dixon line.

Maybe a dumb question but I just have to know.....why is it a rule of thumb that if you live on the south of the mason dixon line you shouldn't wet your floors when you paint?

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