Spraying while raining?

MAKZ06

Newbie
Another newbie question... I’ve finally finished the light filler work on a previous spray I completed last year. I’ve sanded all the previous epoxy with 180, and scuffed using a red pad in areas I couldn‘t hit with paper. I’m spraying outside my garage, under/in a large 20x20 portable canopy with sides. It’s calling for intermittent rain every day here in N GA for the next week. Was going to spray today when it’s not raining but it’s barely going to hit 70 and don’t want to have to run heaters tonight...
Will I have any problems spraying SPI Epoxy with the rain and humidity since I will not be inside an air conditioned space?
 

MAKZ06

Newbie
I noticed there was a TXT for tech support so already got my answer from Barry...
He said I will be fine as long as I can get the panels or truck back inside a conditioned space at night when the humidity goes up, and to maintain a warm enough temp.
I’ve said it before but will say it again, you can’t beat the outstanding customer service that Barry provides.:cool:
 

jlcustomz

evil painter
Living in N Fla, you have to paint during rain a bit. Clearcoat can dry a little harder actually & warm enough temps can keep it safe.
Also painted parts under open roof in summer light rain . Keeps dust down & bugs out if you time it right.
 

MAKZ06

Newbie
its ok but you had better just make sure you are using a step or two slower reducer than you normally would for the temp outside and your careful not to hammer anything on. let base and clear flash really good between coats.
I’m only spraying epoxy primer right now. Thanks
 
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