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NEVER put a fan on wet paint, even if its brand new out of the box. You should always allow the paint to dry naturally

Dust yourself off and try again.

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maybe it was in/on the fan. either way.. it sucks

YDI for being that stupid

YDI.. You really didn't notice all the dust on the fan

Dust yourself off and try again.

omg I would get soooooo mad

That's why you should hire other people for these things.

YDI for being incredibly stupid. Really....

I don't blame you. A lot of people wouldn't have thought of it.

NEVER put a fan on wet paint, even if its brand new out of the box. You should always allow the paint to dry naturally

Or leave it on and call it abstract art.

FYL that must have sucked so bad, I know I would have gotten so frustrated.

Because, of course, you would've anticipated dust flying off of the fan blades onto the wet paint.

i would. Ever cleaned a fan from the inside? No? See. Found teh point. Plus, I wouldn't try to make it dry faster, I'd right away buy the right paint. Or be patient enough to wait, because wrong drying can fuck this thing up in so many ways. I don't think waiting is that horrible, since a whole room last year took about an hour to dry. That's not too much

Unless you have many coats to apply and only a short amount of time. Actually using a fan would be the smarter thing to do, shortens the time thus less time for accidents to happen.. OP YDI~I don't usually YDI unless a married husband gets caught, ect. You can see the dust and mess build up on the bank of a fan..

YDI!! Dumb move!!