#1
im going to start painting my guitar today, and my friend who works in an auto body shop said his paint booth is like an oven which makes the paint dry faster.

my question is (im painting in a cleaned out shed) if i put a radiator heater in there while the paint was drying would that speed up the drying time or is that bad for the wood / finish?
my gear:
Jackson Roads Pro
Gibson Explorer Pro
Fender American P-bass
Squire P-bass
Fender rumble 300 bass amp
Peavey 6505 head
Marshall special edition red cab
#3
i know you dont need one but im just asking weather or not it will speed up the drying process thus lowering my chances of sanding or w/e before the finish had time to dry.

when i say heated booth i mean they more or less bake it

im wondering if this will aid in the drying process.


if it does need to be hot would heat lamps help dry it faster
my gear:
Jackson Roads Pro
Gibson Explorer Pro
Fender American P-bass
Squire P-bass
Fender rumble 300 bass amp
Peavey 6505 head
Marshall special edition red cab
#5
A auto body paint both might be to hot for a wooden guitar body. But the radiant heater is what I usually use keep it about 95 in there works pretty good. I use the 2 part paints so it helps the paint cure dont know if it will dry regular paint faster.