you mean as into the garage? becuase in our garage the temp is usually about the same as the outside air. *mutters* stupid crappy uninsulated garage. or if you mean bring the painted parts inside the house, i couldnt my parents would flip. they already get on my case about food on the carpet. i dont think it'd fly. worth a try but prolly wouldnt happen. in any case, i thank you for the info on the space heaters. i may just have to wait for late spring or early summer before i paint. thanks again.
I thought you would know "room temp" refers to a room inside, not a garage. Perhaps that is too strict a term anyway. You could shoot for a space that has a temperature not less than 60° F. You could use the garage if you rigged up a kind of tent from tarps and put a couple 100W lamps in there with the painted parts.
As for your parents, I am sympathetic with them. I'm 55, have worked my whole life for what little I have and can't stand it when someone shows so little respect for that. If you have had the bad habit of being careless with your food and other things that tend to negate the pride your parents have in their home, of course they will not let you let your paint cure in the house.
Paint stinks anyway and prob'ly isn't good to breathe the fumes. But try to use some ingenuity and figure out a way to paint and cure the parts in a responsible way. If your space is too cold or damp to cure paint in, then it's not suitable for painting it either. Of course, if you take the time to read the directions on the paint can like I suggested, you will know this already.