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alkizmo

join:2007-06-25
Pierrefonds, QC
kudos:1
reply to Juggernaut

Re: Drywall - Joint Compound On Cold(ish) Days?

said by Juggernaut:

Go for a small space heater. It'll do the trick.

This
You need to find a way to keep temps above 50F, a salamander is a bit overkill

Anyway you only need to keep it warm when it's drying.
So if you do some work on weekends, then you can turn off the heat on Tuesday evening.


cdru
Go Colts
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join:2003-05-14
Fort Wayne, IN
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said by alkizmo:

You need to find a way to keep temps above 50F, a salamander is a bit overkill

A big one might be overkill. But a smaller one might not be. We don't know the size of the garage. Plus, depending on what he intends to use the garage, the heater might be nice to have anyways. I've done many woodworking projects in heated garages in the middle of winter. And I loth having to do a significant auto repair in the middle of winter in a cold garage.