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Old 01-16-2017, 04:13 AM  
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Default Store your leftover paints in a warm place

Sometimes as the weather changes from just cold to below freezing lots of people forget to keep there touch up paints stored in an area where the temperature stays above freezing. You can usually store your open paints for about 2 years providing you keep them in a good environment and with the cost of a gallon ever on the increase you may want to monitor your left over paints.


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