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Offline Joolstacho

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Re: fuel proof finish
« Reply #15 on: 02.09. 2018 00:14 »
Yes, but it's like riding a bike really, just take a few sensible precautions.
A facemask for a start, rubber gloves etc. Barrier cream if you're paranoid. I always spray in a sheltered outdoor area with no wind.
Ideally post-cure painted items at 30c - 50c (I made a simple 'hot-box' - wardrobe with a Dimplex type heater in it).
Saved me many thousands over the years, and very satisfying to get professional results.