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A: Answer If you need to paint outside with latex paint when temperatures are moving up and down like a yo-yo, I suggest you use one of the latex like Duration, Resilience, or SuperPaint. These products can be applied and will cure at lower temperatures, as low as 35° F. Traditional latex-based paints need temperatures above 60° F to cure properly.
The short answer is that latex paint is typically dry to the touch in about an hour. However, you should wrap up any exterior painting projects four to six hours before the rain rolls in. Whether the project is a small one in the garden or the entire exterior of the house, painting outside leaves you, and your paint, exposed to the elements.
How Does Rain Impact the Time It Takes Exterior Paint to Dry in St. Louis? In the past two months we have seen a record amount of rainfall here in eastern Missouri and towards the west. We all remember the rains in 1993; it was the 22nd wettest May and June for the region. This year we are already the 16th wettest May and June on record.
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Behr's new Marquee line has the 35 degree cut off point, plus it has a quicker set time. Should showers pop up, Marquis is normally safely set after about an hour. But remember, coolness and dampness slow down drying and curing times. Err on the side of maximum dry time when possible.
Jan 01, 2020 · If you are using latex acrylic paint you need at least two hours of sun for exterior paint to dry before the rain comes. If heavy rain is forecast or several days of rain are coming in the next few days, you will need about six hours of good sun to dry the paint thoroughly enough to not be affected. How long does it take house paint to dry?
Direct sunlight can cause paint to dry too quickly, and can cause lap marks and blistering. Always work from the top down, painting gutters and eaves first if you want them to match the color of your siding. Paint trim before the main surface of the house first as well. Be prepared to apply two coats of premium exterior paint.