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Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Why do some product data sheets for coatings require that the substrate surface temperature be at least 5° F higher than the dew point temperature?

To assure that the coating will cure
To avoid condensation on the surface
To assure the paint will wet out the substrate
To make sure it’s warm enough to paint

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