Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Panama City, FL
There are special additives that slow down the drying for high humidity conditions. Check with your local auto body/paint supply shop, tell them you need retarder for whatever you are using, lacquer, enamel or urethane. In high humidity the best to use is lacquer, and lacquer clear because you can wetsand and buff it to a mirror gloss no matter what. If you can, raise the heat level (yeah it will suck) in your shop or paint booth with some heat lamps, it will help dry the air.