Wet paint is good sign at Ford (The Plain Dealer)

Ford Motor Co. can't afford to sit around and watch paint dry. So at the company's Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake, the automaker is putting wet paint
on top of wet paint, drying the vehicle once instead of three times.
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company's Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake, the automaker is putting wet paint on top of wet paint, drying the vehicle once instead of three times.

http://www.ng2000.com/fw.php?tp=ford
Bozo, repost the story. The link is bogus, there is no story about this on that site.
Ted
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Ford Motor Co. can't afford to sit around and watch paint dry. So at the company's Ohio Assembly Plant in Avon Lake, the automaker is putting wet paint on top of wet paint, drying the vehicle once instead of three times:
http://www.ng2000.com/fw.php?tp=ford ___________________________________________________
The link was bogus, but there was such an article in the Cleveland Plain Dealer. The triple-wet process is real, and it makes you wonder why it wasn't done years ago. Only time will determine how well it wears. Here is the link to the article that the OP must have intended:
http://www.cleveland.com/ford/plaindealer/index.ssf?/base/business-2/117990962484830.xml&coll=2
Best regards to all AAFers
Rodan.
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The question is, does the the tripple wet Black paint still dry faster?????
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