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Spray lacguer problems (Read 343 times)
 
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Re: Spray lacguer problems
Reply #15 - Dec 8th, 2017 at 10:06am
 
Good tip Steve, thanks
One word of caution, DO NOT put a pressurized can in boiling water. heat up some water and remove from heat source then put the can in to slowly warm.
My rule of thumb
When finishing a piece, the finishing product/s and the piece need to be as comfortable as you are.
If your too cold and need a sweatshirt, it's too cold.
If you're sweating just standing still, it's too hot.
If the piece is warm or cold to the touch, don't apply finish.
Everything should be room temperature or slightly above, somewhere between roughly  70-75 degrees. (there are always exceptions)
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Re: Spray lacguer problems
Reply #16 - Dec 8th, 2017 at 11:29am
 
You want the can to be warmer??
Stick it into your armpit for a few minutes.

It WILL warm up but not as much as heating water and chancing it getting too hot.


Try this with a can of deodorizing spray the next time yours runs low in the bathroom just as you REALLY need to "neutralize" the air!! Shocked Shocked

You'll get that last bit of "freshness" out of the can you so desparately need. Thumbs Up
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