People ask if we detail in cold weather?
- Well sort of, between 32 to 40 degrees its very marginal for the performance of most of the products we use. Bellow 40 we are limited to only the interior.
- 40 to 50 degrees seems to let most products work, but not always at their best. Smearing, streaking, long dry times are the most common problems.
- 50 degrees seems to be the turning point. Everything seems to work fairly good and the streaking, smearing, long dry times are greatly reduced.
- 60 degrees is when it gets back to normal. Products work like they are supposed to and I’m comfortable.
- In case you haven’t guessed, If it’s 43 degrees and blowing 30 miles an hour, I don’t have much interest in going anywhere.
- I do heat some of my chemicals up that helps them work better and because my hands are in the bucks of the chemicals I don’t freeze.
- It also gets dark quicker and I bring lights out to light up the area that I am working in too.