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Old 07-27-2009, 03:49 PM   #21
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I've found that you can use a latex primer with an oil based finish coat, but not the reverse. In California they are now labeling oil based paints for use on "metal" in order to try and limit the use of oil based paints on anything other than metal. They have also lowered the VOC's.
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Just checked the long range weather forecast for northern Minn as we're leaving to chase walleyes around next week. Forecasted temps? Highs in the upper 60's and lows in the upper 40's! Love it! My kinda August weather!
Youbetcha, my kind of weather too!
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Being a pessimistic person that I am, I cringed when I saw the thread headline.

I thought I read "Pain blocking"!
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OK, now a day and a half has past and it seems a bit less tacky. Maybe it will actually dry.

I'll go stand outside and watch.
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Today it was in the 60s, fairly low humidity. The paint is almost, but not quite dry. I think it will dry though because the parts that were in direct sunlight today are not tacky anymore.

False alarm.
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