Water base has the issue of to put briefly of how it "dries". Needs ventilation to be different.(will put on flame suit for not properly describing water based) I understand you were "offering" your opinion, but you also put your "resume" at the bottom to show I guess you knew what you were talking about. In which you had not learned of LVLP yet. LVLP's are great for home shops as it does not require that 80g tank with psi# at certaing cfm. It requires much less I have seen them go as low as 2.? something at some point. The original poster stated there are many people on this board that understand paint/body and are willing to help others. I understand you meant to correct me. Hey it happens, NO ONE knows everything.
I was just giving advise on a possible course of action for the guy that just wanted to paint a single panel. Which I thought LVLP would be a great idea for.
Originally Posted by TXwrxWagon
Is LVLP for solvent or water based or both... never new it existed... would have saved some time, materials and the indirect high painting in my garage... Who knew... Like I said... learned something new today...
the "Since you know so much" comment.... MEH... just offering an opinion... even closed it with saying I know when to turn it over to a pro...