Brian, when I checked the paint last night the temp was about 57 degrees F
the activator added right about 8 seconds to that time. If you look on the data sheet page 1 they offer various activators, from the top down they get
thicker in viscosity. I was using the warp speed one. I have others and they
are less viscous. The warp speed one looks like treacle but is clear in color.
Today I left the paint in a warmer room that was right around 72 degrees
for more than 8 hours. Measuring the paint just awhile ago produced a Zahn 2
reading of 35 seconds. Thats a 20 second difference just on the paint.
I will be spraying right around 65 F later this week so my intent is to mix the
paint knowing its temperature and reduce as needed to bring it into the
correct window as indicated on the data sheet.
I might just try use a medium reducer as opposed to the fast reducer which
I had used previously. I want to try spray out as slick as possible. I shall be using the 1.4 tip on the devilbiss gfg-670 plus gun.
Thanks ... X