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spraying white CV while raining outside1/31
Anyone spraying their white CV when its raining outside, using extended retarder for 85-90% humidity. any adhesion problems or other issues besides taking longer to dry?
If you do have problems, you probably need a better CV.
None of the CV's that I've sprayed large amounts of gave me any trouble in humidity, because where I live, it's nothing BUT humid all the time.
They all vary in how much the humidity slows them down, but you should still be able to get a consistently good product.
It's far more temperature sensitive than moisture sensitive. Most of the ones I've sprayed really drop off below 65-70 degrees F.
Most manufacturers say you need 8 hours at 70F to reach maximum cure. I have not found that to be a rigid reality, but we do keep ours at 70 or above for at least 4 hours after spraying the final coat.
I have actually waited for the rain to