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Ever heard of it?? Ready to paint BUT its going to rain? Customer needs that project ASAP? Painted your car but now have to let it dry for a day?? Japan Drier isnt a well known or widely utilized product when it comes to RUSTOLEUM and other oil based enamels. Its commonly available, easy to use and will greatly reduce the dry time of your projects. Imagine if the paint on your next job was ready to handle in mere hours. It can be a game changer.

00:26 SAFETY blah blah
00:40 Stir Stir
01:18 Sprayable Mix ratio
05:49 Walking up to the work piece and spraying

Products I used: (Your local prices may be cheaper)

Catalyst/Hardeners:
Krylon:

Japan Drier:

Mixing cups:
(12pk)
(100pk)
Cone paint filters:
(25pk) .

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44 comments

Jerry Jordan 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Can you use this on a car?

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Rick Cox 24/08/2021 - 01:41

I have a plastic thing I got at Home Depot that sits in the rim of the gallon can. Won’t fall out during a pour. Cost maybe $1 or something and it can be reused indefinitely as long as you keep it clean. Works really well.

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J-Dubb's Adventure 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Weird question do you add Hardner to your primer?

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Pablo453 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Pretty good video but LOTS of questions in the comments still.

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Za TA 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Can I use Japan Drier on white paint?? Cus its kinda already dark color

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Jerry Viviano 24/08/2021 - 01:41

I'm no pro, but isn't it normal to prime bare metal prior to finish coating it? Especially when there is some level of rust as is seen in those frames? Or even sand the rust off first?
Also you said that the 115 degrees was way outside the temperature range for proper painting. Then you painted it without comment. What's up with that?

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Waleed Almurshidy 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Thanks for your video!
Why do you use hardener and Japan drier at the same time? I thought they are the same thing. Also do you think I can use a hardener on top of a satin black without adding gloss? That is something I would like to avoid.

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Fix your boat and more 24/08/2021 - 01:41

nice video – anybody can answer this . I need to use oil base paint bear for kitchen cabinet using brush how can I make it dry fast. some times they take 2 days to dry and other times they take few hours. . can I use japan drier

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Hector Calderon 24/08/2021 - 01:41

They sell spout for the paint can at Home Depot they're like a dollar

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Spartaeus 24/08/2021 - 01:41

I've tried Japan drier in rustoleum paint without putting in the acrylic enamel hardener. It does not make it harden any quicker. What is making your paint harden faster is the fact that you put acrylic paint hardener in it. Also thinning paint causes it to cure more quickly, because acrylic enamel cures by combining with oxygen. Thick paint surface cures, but remains gooey underneath for a long time because oxygen can't easily get to it.

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UcantBeSerious03 24/08/2021 - 01:41

2:12 I lol'd thanks

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Todd Molloy 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Another thing you can do is simply get that clean filtered Air moving over the paint. A 4×4 grow tent (or bigger) is a great idea to get airflow in and out in a controlled environment. Obviously you can't paint a full car but you can take the panels off and paint them individually. Preferably I would use two and augment between both of them if I was doing lots parts that is. And if you can get them in the sun like you have them to bake the paint on all the better lol

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Magna Tron 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Great vid, 2pints to a quart. Nice shop benches,

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MATTYANDSMOKE 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Good tips. Especially on spraying sequencing and why.

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Pace Metal Fab and Waterjet 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Thank you sir !

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Tim M 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Does it matter if you use paint thinner or reducer over acetone? Can you use the odorless enamel reducer? Great videos

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CDK 24/08/2021 - 01:41

I used a 4:1 ratio and its been a week and I can scratch the paint off with my nail. What do you think I did wrong?

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alexlt007 24/08/2021 - 01:41

excellent video. as a new hvlp it's very helpful. how does the commercial paint you use compare to the professional type you buy at the big box store?

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GorrillaCGorilla 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Nice job thanks for the video…

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Mogman150 24/08/2021 - 01:41

I scoop paint out of a new gallon with throw away plastic cups.

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Skipper Richman 24/08/2021 - 01:41

disregard the tape spout on can , ok?

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durangotang 1 24/08/2021 - 01:41

What’s the best enamel hardener for rustoleum? Re painting my cast iron milling machine. Need a hard paint the yellow especially seems to want to be real soft and gummy.

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ENZ PRINT CO. 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Were you commissioned to build these carts? Can I ask what you charge. Trying to get an idea of what it will cost to have 2 made. I’ve learned too many trades…no time to learn how to weld lol.
Thanks!
🙂

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Mike Day 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Awsome instruction brother. Do you think the catalyst makes Rustoleum paint gasoline resistent like car paint? I want to painy my truck. Thanks.

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Slades VW Beetle 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Does this leave orange peal? And need sanded and buffed?

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Randizle Peregoy 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Are hardner AND Japan drier like the same thing?

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Matthew Avritt 24/08/2021 - 01:41

You didn't mix accurately and you need a bigger bucket,at least you mixed it.

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Goodman Boat Transport 24/08/2021 - 01:41

One correction, 1 pint to 1 gallon is 8:1 ratio, 1 pint is 16oz, 1 gallon is 128oz, 4:1 ratio would be 1 quart to 1 gallon, 1 quart is 32oz. Otherwise great information, thanks for posting this video, I have a project that I will use this information to complete

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nick king 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Do not use isocyanate or di isocyanate or methyl di isocyanate hardener unless you have a booth full face air supplied respirator, paint suit nitrile gloves not latex, boots that you leave at the booth do not take them home or you risk contamination of you family or pets and proper training . You can not wash isocyanate of with soap and water that why construction glues and expanding foam insulation don’t wash of because it contains methyl di isocyanate. I urge you to look up isocyanate safety on the tube or google it . You have a life time limit once exceeded you can barley sand clear coat or 2 stage paints or construction glues or expanding foams with out getting asthma temporary or permanent or permanent lung damage and possible death let alone paint. Many bed liner applicators got super sick and several died as did a tire installer who foam filled industrial heavy equipment tires in London Ontario a couple years back . Old school,lacquer and enamel never caused these health hazards . Also if you paint a car in your residential neighbourhood and have fumes with isocyanate drifting to homes and back yards you risk some serious issues and law suits

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medicms2001 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Nice job. Now I want to repaint my trailer like this

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Rich Tulko 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Thank you for the Rusto paint videos they are all very informative. Since I’m a rookie at this, my question is you resprayed after 2 hours the video says. What did you do with the gun in that 2 hours? Did you break in down and clean it, spray some mineral spirits or acetone through it, or just set it aside until it was time to respray?

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Caleb Perry 24/08/2021 - 01:41

This really helps

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Norman Kepner 24/08/2021 - 01:41

What hardner do you recommend

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Dmm Dmm543 24/08/2021 - 01:41

I like using dollar store Turkey basters to transfer paint out of an awkward 1 gallon can

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IB raunchy 24/08/2021 - 01:41

I want the old 5 window truck behind you

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Kellie Farr 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Great job would like see more Rust-Oleum jobs

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Matthew Avritt 24/08/2021 - 01:41

8 pints to the gallon.

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Matthew Avritt 24/08/2021 - 01:41

4 quarts to the gallon 2 pints to the quart, 2 quarts to the half gallon. Dummy

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Rui Leal 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Can you point out which type of reducer you're using there? You didn't post a link. In your other videos with a 4:3 ratio you used paint thinner. Just wondering what you used here?

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mmarcccohriffs 24/08/2021 - 01:41

If I don't have hardener and Japanese Drier, can I just use the 4:3? Also, with Rustoleum Clean Metal Primer?

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minterfab 24/08/2021 - 01:41

I'm glad to see I'm not the only one who makes a mess pouring out of a can!!

Great stuff!! Keep it up!!

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From Steel To Wood 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Great information there! Next time I paint a project, I'll get some and try it! Thanks Vincent!

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Kenneth Dodds 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Wish I had learned this years ago.

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Chris Walden 24/08/2021 - 01:41

Good video and great content really enjoyed all your painting vids!

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