Epoxy Floor Painting in cold weather
I just built a garage and the concrete floor is ready for paint. I hope to do it this weekend so I can put my cars and other things inside for the winter. But the temps here on Long Island are now in the 48-54 degree range. The Rustoleum Epoxy Shield paint I'm using requires a minimum air temp of 60 degrees. I've thought about warming up the building with a propane or kerosene forced air space heater, turning off the heater,and then applying the paint. I would love to run the heater to maintain the temp inside, but I'm concerned about the vapors being flammable. Any advice to help me get this painted before winter would be greatly appreciated. Thanks very much.