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nodcreb

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I heard that most paints require 90 days for the curing process to complete.
 

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I heard that most paints require 90 days for the curing process to complete.
While this is probably true of most enamels and acrylics, you can generally get the buff out 4 - 6 weeks after application, depending on outside temps. 4 - 6 weeks is normally enough to prevent the buff creating too much swirl.
 

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I've generally been ok with wetsanding/buffing Acrylics after a week in spring/summer, I've never had any issues with it.
 
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