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Old 12-21-2004, 04:27 AM
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painting with torpedo heaters question

Hello,

I know alot of people may have covered this previously but i couldn't find the exact answer.

My question is, do people paint with the torpedo heaters that they have for sale in Lowes/home depot that uses propane in the winter? I have a 2 car garage, home made booth with intake, and exhaust fan. Was planning on running some duct from outside with the heate filteredr to underneath the intake fan.

Also my main question is has anyone used slow reducer's and slow activators for clear even with this heater on, even with the outside temp being around 40 or below? Just preparing myself so i don't run into any problems. Spoke to a guy at my jobber who paints and he said he left the heater inside while he painted and no problems but wanted more opinions on this. I have no real choice and need to get this car painted in January. Thanks in advance.
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