Sep 28, 2007 5:53 pm
I need to spray some internal doors but I want to know what I can add to the paint to speed up the drying time. I have a rotisserie of sorts in the garage to paint them on, but I can only do 3 at a time, and they take ages to dry properly enough for me to move them.
I hate having to clean the sprayer out after every coat.
Isopropyl alcohol? Metho? Water based paint..... *sighs*
Re: Paint drying time2
Sep 28, 2007 6:12 pm
If you are spraying full gloss, which you should be using for doors!!
For me…if I were doing it….12 hours in-between coats! Full gloss needs to dry WELL, before you re-coat!
When I do full gloss painting, I don’t touch it again till the next day.
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