SEM trim black , time intervals between coats

Kamloops cutlass

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Jan 27, 2021
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Kamloops bc
Good morning all
I spent yesterday prepping and painting a bunch of parts with SEM trim black
This morning, as I’m looking over my handy work ,I realize some of the parts were painted a little light
Obviously after 12 hours has passed I’ve missed the flash time “ window”
Should I wait 48 hours for the paint to cure and rough it up before spray or can I re spray it now ?
Thank you in advance for all/any replies
 

Kamloops cutlass

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Jan 27, 2021
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Kamloops bc
If it's over 70 degrees i think you can spray now
I converted the spare bedroom into a temporary paint booth lol
(Single guy perks 🤣) so it’s been room temperature all this time
I’ll have to google the centigrade conversion - never got the hang of Fahrenheit
 
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Kamloops cutlass

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Jan 27, 2021
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Kamloops bc
I converted the spare bedroom into a temporary paint booth lol
(Single guy perks 🤣) so it’s been room temperature all this time
I’ll have to google the centigrade conversion - never got the hang of Fahrenheit
Ok …it was 21C so just 70 F but not over maybe, I should wait a little or just send it?
 
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Kamloops cutlass

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Jan 27, 2021
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Kamloops bc
Thanks guys I’m off to the back bedroom er I mean paint booth 😁👍
 
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