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Old 07-07-2016, 02:57 AM   #229 (permalink)
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Why did you pick a year-old thread in which to ask the question? I direct you attention to a thread that addresses that very question, that's been up 28 hours in this subforum with no response and only 104 views:

*The term 'traffic' is used by painters to describe a full wet-out paint condition,after which any further spray application would create a run or sag...
Last time I repainted my brake rotors and drums, I was using a heat gun to speed up the drying, and I found that once the paint had skinned over, I could push the run backward until it smoothed out, except for a little ridge at the bottom. Which flowed out as the paint continued to dry.

Probably one of those results I'll never get again.
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