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  1. jedi808's Avatar
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    Aug 10, 2006, 1:31 AM - Rustoleum question #1

    Is it just me being in a humid place such as Hawaii, or has anyone else experienced a tacky, gooey feeling when using Rustoleum brand spray paint? Even after I left my JP alone for over 24 hrs, I went to check it out and now I got me some fingerprint identification marks on it
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    Aug 10, 2006, 1:44 AM - Re: Rustoleum question #2

    yes! happnened to me today. I put it in my fridge for 5 minutes and it was fine.

    hey, I used to live in hawaii, on Hickam airbase. are you military, or native to the area?
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    Aug 10, 2006, 5:45 AM - Re: Rustoleum question #3

    Local, kama'ania, civilian, what have you. Thanks for the tip. Now if only there was a way to fit the darn thing in my fridge...
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    Aug 10, 2006, 7:08 PM - Re: Rustoleum question #4

    It takes longer to dry in a humid climate. Also the paint does not "fully" dry for up to two weeks in some cases!
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    Aug 11, 2006, 8:40 AM - Re: Rustoleum question #5

    GRRRRRR... what started to be a happy, fun, sunshiny project has turned into a nightmare. I misted some paint over the JP to get that coveted dirty look and the rustoleum base started to flake up
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    Aug 11, 2006, 10:12 AM - Re: Rustoleum question #6

    I live in Las Vegas, very hot, very little humidity. Spraypaint can dry and be able to touch or a second coat, or be able to wear in 15-30 minutes.

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