Originally Posted by milo
Interesting... I can't understand risking having WD40 anywhere near a paint project let alone mixing primer or paint in a wd40 cap... I've seen to many disaster cases from Wd40..crazy risk..
What I'found is those little medicine cups they have in the hall in hospitals won't be affected by solvents and have measure marks engraved into them.
I belive in small batches but won't let WD40 or it's cap anywhere near a paint project..
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I agree that it would have been risk had I not throughly cleaned the cap in hot soapy water and washed it in wax & grease remover before hand. I probably should have mentioned this and not assume everyone would know it must be clean. It just happened to be what I had available. I don't use the WD anywhere near where I paint. I don't have a paint booth though. I did this in my open driveway.
But I like the medicine cups idea MUCH better.