How Long Does It Take for Oil Based Primer to Dry?

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It takes much longer for an oil based primer to dry than other types of primer; usually meaning hours, not minutes. Volatile organic compounds are released, and become airborne, while it dries. Cleanup and thinning of the primer requires the use of mineral spirits.
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