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    What is too cold to be using the priming and glue on pvc ?

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    Plumber jimbo's Avatar
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    I don't have a can handy. I am thinking it says 50

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    Take it inside at night and keep it fairly warm during the day, it's fine.

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    Thanks for the help. Im having a plumber change a few fittings on some drain pipes and I didnt know how concerned I should be with the below freezing temperatures as night but I guess as long as it has time to set through the day then they should be fine.

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    You should check the can to see what the temp. range is. Oatey makes one thats good to 5 deg.

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    Thanks shacko I will have to see if I can find out what he uses. The temperatures have been great the last couple of days.

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