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  • curing Glyptal enamal paint

    anyone ever used a bbq to cure glyptal paint? i would be concerned about the vapors from the propane messing with the curing...or... not...??? What do you guys think.

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    Glyptal that has dried over night doesn't out off enough fumes to matter how you heat it. About 350 for a couple of hours. I use a gas oven with a naked flame all the time. But I get bitched at for how it makes the house smell.
    Dusty

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    • #3
      My kinda half ass plan was, instead of going out and buying a oven (my lady will kill me and bury my corpse in the back yard if I used the oven in the house) and trying to figure out how to get it to the garage, is I'm gonna use the bbq. I was thinking to try it out on a test piece and see how that goes. I'll let it cure over night, and then toss it in the bbq and see what happens. Thanks Dave!

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      • #4
        Should work fine, just be sure not to get it too hot.
        Dusty
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        • Bombay
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          im gonna try and keep it as close to 250 as possible...it has a thermometer on it, so that should help...

        • Dusty-Dave
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          When it cures it gets darker red.
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