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    Using UFF in the cold

    Going over the car first with 83, then UFF. Got the roof and hood done while it was 40F. UFF took a lot longer to flash off. Does that have any effect on the durability?

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    Re: Using UFF in the cold

    Quote Originally Posted by atikovi View Post
    Going over the car first with 83, then UFF. Got the roof and hood done while it was 40F. UFF took a lot longer to flash off. Does that have any effect on the durability?
    It's tough to say, we recommend 55 degrees Fahrenheit as the lowest temperature for use. The product may not set up as well in the lower temps, which could effect durability. Good thing it's extremely easy to use! Maybe just do another coat after a wash when it's a bit warmer.
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    Re: Using UFF in the cold

    HAHA, that could be 3 months. I'm not in Cali.

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    Re: Using UFF in the cold

    Quote Originally Posted by atikovi View Post
    HAHA, that could be 3 months. I'm not in Cali.
    I understand, we feel your pain. Heated garage maybe?
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    Re: Using UFF in the cold

    Nope, but might get into the 50's this weekend

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