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When fixing to spray these small things I found if I lay the pieces on some cardboard and a fix them so they won't blow over I can save some frustration by using a very small amount of Aleene's glue on the bottom of the small pieces..Why Aleene's instead of your usual glue,, it stays pliable for a number of days. And why cardboard instead a sheet of plywood or regular wood......I'll let you figure it out if you ever have to secure pieces before spraying... If you don't ever spray anything... forget my suggestions.
I have been wanting to spray shellac and SW Sher-wood Kem Aqua Plus clear for a week but the weather has been hot. Now the temps have dropped some but the humidity has gone up. The SW product best dries at 50% RH or lower and 77 deg or higher. I have been waiting for a window where the temps are below 80 deg and the RH below 80%. I do all of my spraying in the garage which does not have A/C. Am I taking too big of a risk if I spray with the temp and RH above 80? Danl
This window mounted fan support is a long overdue shop upgrade project. Every time I spray lacquer I had to rig the fan to stay in the window (it fell once and bent the blades). And it didn't work very well, either. As much air came in the window as the fan blew out. Also, every bug that got near the window got sucked in by the vortex on the periphery of the fan. This is much, much better! Enjoy! David
I have been spraying for weeds on fence lines, ditches, etc. for years and now I am told I'm using the wrong formula. I use 12 oz. of roundup and 6 oz. of 2-4-D mixed with 2 gallons of water. Is this two much roundup and 2-4-D? It's been working fairly good, but it is getting pricy. Preston
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