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Old paint

Posted by annellis (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 8, 11 at 14:09

If I have paint that is stuck on the bottom, but probably can mix it with a mixer, will it be okay? This is primer, just to prime several small areas.


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RE: Old paint

I hate it when I sit on wet paint. The mixer will tickle a bit.

Seriously, what kind of paint and how old? Was it opened or new and stored? What were the storage conditions? Even with all of those details, the answer will be a best guess. Your best bet is to try to mix it up, spread a little and see what happens.


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RE: Old paint

Nope...it's gone.

Once paint or primer reaches that state, it's time to go shopping!
I wouldn't consider using it.
I'd tell my customers the same thing!

Faron


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RE: Old paint

Thanks!


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