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Post by Mr. Brightside on July 11th 2011, 3:47 am

Hi. I've been reading the forum for several months and finally joined. I'm finishing up the body work on an old Toyota truck and I'm considering a paint job with white Brightside. The truck is already white and the body work is being primed with white rattle can primer. I have rolled and tipped a Boston Whaler with Awlgrip and I wore a chemical mask. It was done outdoors at another location. I was wondering if anyone can tell me just how stinky Brightside paint or Rustoleum Marine Topside paint is? Will I need a chemical mask? My garage is connected to the house and I receive complaints when I spray even a small amount of primer. That's why spraying is out of the question. Will the truck be off gassing fresh paint for a long while if I roll?

I tried to include a couple of pictures but I guess I'm going to have to open a Photobucket account. I hate it when people fail to include pictures... Rolling Eyes

Edit: I managed to put a picture of it in my avatar, so if you squint really hard.... cheers


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Post by Mr. Brightside on July 21st 2011, 9:38 pm

What? No welcome? No mods? Sleep
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Post by 63Falconconvert on July 21st 2011, 10:27 pm

wow...not sure how you got by me..... scratch anyways, welcome to Rolled On. My garage is also connected to the house so I feel your pain brother. I try to wear a mask no matter what I'm painting. It's not worth the risk. But if you look at my post on my 63 you will see a pic of my 5 year old son spraying parts for me with a rattle can and oh he's not wearing a mask.....Glad Mom wasn't home that day..... wrong
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Post by cac1967 on July 22nd 2011, 6:49 pm

Yes I have to agree with 63falconconvert,I don't think it will be an issue, now some people don't like the smell of some paint's ,but if you are not spraying,and you are rolling a mask would probrably not be necessary .when I paint any car with acrylic enamel ,laquer, or any other type of automotive paint I wear a cartridge type mask.
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Post by 63Falconconvert on July 23rd 2011, 7:42 am

I just used the Rusto Filler Primer and that smelled like Automotive paint.
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