Hey guys, I know what the obvious answer to that question is, and it is "YES!!!"... but let me explain.
I live in Michigan, in the heart of it -- Mount Pleasant (about an hour north of Lansing). I also am a college student, which means 1) little money, 2) apartment, 3) no garage.
This means I really have a limited selection of where I choose to work on projects, and has prohibited me from going farther than I want to with things. Granted, this will be over with in December when I graduate and (hopefully) move on to a job where I have either my own apartment or a cheap house with a garage, or -something-.
Anyway, I want to continue work on things, but at the same time I don't want to begin work on something if it's going to come out wrong due to temperature.
I know fiberglassing should be done in a well ventilated area (outside) and is best at temperatures in the range of 70-90*F (I think?)... but would it be suitable to fiberglass something outside in the cold, and then bring it inside to dry? Would the fumes from the drying fiberglass be too toxic or nauseating?
Thanks all in advance for your responses... It's always thankful to have the knowledge of more experienced individuals, and I'm glad this board has plenty of you.