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Old March 6, 2012, 11:39 PM   #58
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Today, 09:24 PM #57

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Posts: 7,421 I would avoid the clothes dryer because primer dust contains water soluble lead compounds that can then contaminate all your clothing. You don't really want your clothing or your dishwasher or kitchen sink contaminated with that stuff. Even the hair dryer should probably be applied outdoors.
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All primer dust or compound residue washes out when using SS Pin process, and is flushed down drain. It is contained in soap solution when dumped out.
Hair Dryer only used for final water evaporation processing on an absolutely clean casing.
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