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Discussion in 'Airbrush Paints' started by Neural, Jul 9, 2018.


  1. Neural

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    apparently 90 to 99F in the garage for a couple weeks straight was not that good on my 4030.

    Everything else paintwise seems fine, but the 4030 is a bit like Molasses. Maybe slower. It's not completely dry, but it doesn't exactly want to move either.

    Can I use 4012 to thin it up, or is it dead?
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    Sounds like it is already cured.
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    While I paint in my garage at those temps I store my paint when not in use in the house where the A/C keeps it a cool 69F
    Any paint with an acetone base or urethane will do that at those temps.
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