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Old 05-20-2019, 05:19 AM   #17
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Yes ..... well.. letting the paint dry so it gets transformed from a hazardous waste liquid into a non-haz dry solid that can be disposed at the transfer station is something I have never done. I am not looking forward to using that method ..... probably the Florida sun has way more drying power than the NH sun.

Maybe it can get baked and dried out in the kitchen oven?

Drying needs to be considered and could be there's something like a low, flat, plastic container that is particularly good for drying on a sunny, warm, dry NH day?

So, what's the process used by PaintCare for disposing their large volume of wet paint? I wonder what they do with it ..... do they go find a large bridge, barn or a large wall .... that needs a new do?
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