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I'm working on sealing a motorcycle tank, but the ambient temperatures are a bit above the recommended 55-82F. They tend to be between 85 and 95F during the times I can work in the garage. Is that too warm? What are the risks that I may run if I go ahead and apply the tank sealer? I did the RustBlast yesterday, so I consider the clock to be ticking. I want to get this done before taking the tank to the paint shop to get the outside re-painted.


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After you know that the inside of the tank is bone dry, you can continue to the tank sealing step. It would be best to do it early morning when it is not quite so hot.



====== Gold Standard Tank Sealer DIRECTIONS ======

http://www.kbs-coatings.com/tank-sealer-directions.html



=== KBS Gold Standard Tank Sealer INSTRUCTIONAL VIDEOS =====

http://www.kbs-coatings.com/instructional-videos.html#ts



======= Tank Sealer FLOW CHART ===========

http://www.kbs-coatings.com/tank-sealer-flow-chart.html



===== Tank Sealer HOW-TO SECTION ========

http://www.kbs-coatings.com/how-to-use-kbs-coatings.html



==== Tank Sealer FIX-IT GUIDE =======

http://www.kbs-coatings.com/fix-it-guide-tank-sealer.html

(Always a great idea to familiarize yourself with it)


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