Cold Weather Painting
Things have changed dramatically in the last decade. It wasn’t too long ago that you couldn’t paint below 50 degrees Fahrenheit until the first “low temperature” products that could be applied down to 35 degrees Fahrenheit came. We used Sherwin Williams’s “Low Temp 35” for many years with great success.
Now, most paint manufacturers have integrated their low-temperature technology into the current paint lines so we don’t need to switch products in the Fall. For instance, most of the Sherwin-Williams line is now prepared for the cold as per their quote below:
“Until a few years ago, you needed to paint above 50 degrees F. Sherwin-Williams now has products like Duration, Resilience, SuperPaint, and A-100 Exterior that will allow you to paint down to 35 degrees F.”
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