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    After curing a part in a oven, should the part be remove to cool or stay in the oven with the oven shut off to cool?

  • #2
    It works better for me to just leave it in the oven to cool slow. so it don't get a haze to it. i leave it in there for 20-30min after curing time is up and oven off.
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    • #3
      Leave to cool as warchild says for best results. However if you do get a haze don't panic yet, many times I can remove the have by rubbing with a rag or something very soft.

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      • #4
        Cool down

        Would you allow a part to cool down in the oven if you are using a large oven (ex:96 cu ft int.) and then reheat the oven? Also on base color that you are shooting a second coat on (I have found that a semi-hot part takes a second coat better), do you let the part cool in the oven then or remove to a warm temp and then second coat.

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        • #5
          I let it cool in large ovens too. and if a second coat is needed i will let the part cool only if the second coat is a clear coat. i just been doing it like that aways in the big oven. my big oven is 6Ft long, 3.5Ft tall, 2.5Ft wide. takes a little time but i want to make sure it's got a wet look to it or something like that. if not then i will have to remove the coat and do it all agin.
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