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Discussion in 'Seal Coating Forum' started by SHAWZER, Jun 27, 2016.
I have enough booked to pay for my spring supply order. Flag will drop soon. B cool.
Ha Ha , thats the problem ..... too cool .
Started spraying driveways May 27th , glad to get going .
Nice having the temp in the low 20 c , with hardly any humidity makes spraying driveways a lot more comfortable .
Thought I was going to get 4 nice days in a row for spraying ........ Wrong .
Using # 2 stainless tips for all my spraying . # 1.5 tips never seemed to spray consistent .
Has been a very busy July and August , hope September is the same .
What is the problem if you spay in the humid weather?
Just uncomfortable being in the heat or longer cure times?
I Now use a #4 tip because it does not leave lines, not sure why I was getting those lines but the #4 tip looks much better.
PDQ Bulk Sealers who manufacture Jet Black say not to spray if temperature is above 27 c . I do not like high heat - humid days so I stay in the shade or inside .