Mono in winter

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dogstail

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Hi there, I've got a small mono job to do this week(35/40 m2). I was going to do it on an afternoon and scrape it the following morning, however I was unsure if that would be ok considering the temperature drop during the night? It's been quite cold up here during the last few nights (roughly 3-5 degrees)

thanks for any help
 

Ianspreader

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Been using weber today it's definitely slower now but like robbie said get it in early or you will be plugging lights in also we used accelerator to help
 

dogstail

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What would you guys do if it's raining lightly when about to start, with heavier rain due for later, still try and get it on or just call it a day?
 

user_removed

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What would you guys do if it's raining lightly when about to start, with heavier rain due for later, still try and get it on or just call it a day?

I wouldn't put on in light rain with heavy rain expected later on, too expensive to risk slumping.

also be wary of fog if starting early, moisture in the air can cause slumping
 
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