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    hey gang new to the site and was just wondering what everyones take on frozen auto air colors is. Can you still use it or is it just garbage now?

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    Interesting question. I've never dealt with frozen paint.
    So I really can't help out out there
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    Generally, water based paints can freeze and still be used. It's the repeated freezing of the paint that ruins it. See if it mixes well after it is thawed. If you don't have any separation, you should be good.

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    If you let it defrost on its own, it will usually be ok.

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