has is essentially correct, however you can let the Gun sit between the 1st and 2nd -3rd Dusters, as both should be dry enough in 30 minutes time to allow for the following coats.
After that, as the drying times increase because of paint build up, you should follow the sage advice of taking the time to rinse out the Gun. Also, if you have strained out your entire mix into a clean 1 gallon can, then you can/should dump the S-I-L-V-E-R you have left over back into that can and simply re-stir it and re-pour it into the container.
Beyond 45 minutes, simply "swishing" S-I-L-V-E-R around in the Paint Gun's Cup doesn't assure you of evenly dispersed metallic content within the Glaze.
It's always best to go to a little extra effort when painting a DIY Screen, and especially when it's a S-I-L-V-E-R
Originally Posted by narhic_fd
unfortunately, the guy i spoke with was one of the main ones who runs the paint department. His comment implied that others besides the Faux Glaze were going to be discontinued as well. Maybe, someone else can make it to their local Home Depot and see how well this pans out.
BTW, I was at my local HD yesterday and they had about 15 Quarts of Faux Glaze, and 4-5 Gallons as well. No one there, Mgr included...knew anything about any impending discontinuance. That doesn't mean it's not heading for oblivion, but at least for now we all seem safe.