Re: Cartopper paint won't dry
- It's true, it almost certainly will dry.
This is a good time to add a plug for Japan drier, which if appropriate
to your paint, is a great thing. It's poisonous (of course), but safe
enough to use (don't be eating paint chips, or wiping your mouth with a
paint-wet forearm). And it will speed up the drying (you mix it into the
paint in your little paint pot). It changes the color ever-so-slightly
(it's an attractive ruby-red, but you use very, very little).
I use it when I can, and am very happy with its action.
BTW, pspirine, you can still speed things up by adding heat and wind.
Put a fan on the boat, and will dry more quickly, or take it out into
the sunshine, and get fresh air and sunlight for warmth, and it will
speed up dramatically.
P.S. You cannot add Japan drier after the paint has been applied.