Drying paint with a food dehydrator
June 1, 2005
|Q: I've been fascinated by the idea of using a food dehydrator to dry paint, and I finally picked up an old one at a local flea market. Now that I've got it, I'm not sure of the best way to use it. Where should I set the temperature to get the paint to harden properly?
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