Hope this finds you healthy, happy, and revolving.
I've always used the guideline of 50 degrees for the threshold of when
to be able to paint. Paint dries in less than ten minutes in abq. Does
it matter that it might hit 32 degrees 8 hours after it dries?
How about appropriate temps for applying bondo?
At colder temps, I think a person can cheat by keeping the material
(bondo, primer) warmer by leaving it in the sun that shines like a red
rubber ball here 300 days a year.
Let me also ask you this. I tell people that freezing ruins paint, if
it's stored in a garage for the entire month of february. Am I right or
just a worry-wart. I usually can't use the paints that I find in
people's garages or outbuildings because of this. My guess is that
freezing does ruin latex, but it happens after doing it several times.
Penny for your thoughts.
Peace, love, american autumn,