So I was preparing to detail painting on a head tonight. I brushed on some paint and decided I didn't like the consistency. So I cleaned it off with water (this is on a head with a base coat of fusion black). After drying it I went down into the basement to spray another coat of black because I noticed some bare spots. The basement, of course, is dry due to winter air and it didn't feel that cold. Maybe 50. After I sprayed I let it set a while. I came back to get it and it looked like the plastic melted. Luckily it was a cast but because, logically, I knew it couldn't be melted I checked and sure enough it was how the paint applied. It looked like a gooey melting face. Right now I hit it with "easy off" so it'll get another shot later. My question is what do you guys in winter strong areas do as far as painting during the snowy months? I don't have many options myself. The basement or the front porch. I am considering a portable heater for the basement but I'm not sure if this will work. Anyway, any tips or how you do it stories would be great.